The UK High Court decides that a standalone claim issued in the High Court could be transferred to the Competition Appeal Tribunal (Sainsbury Supermarkets / MasterCard)

Standalone claims in the CAT: bypassing the transitional rules* We have written before about the problems inherent in the transitional provisions of the new Consumer Rights Act 2015 (see Tom de la Mare QC’s blog here). A recent decision from Mr Justice Barling in the Mastercard litigation places a (small) sticking plaster over some of the difficulties. One problem is that the transitional provisions appear to severely limit

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  • Blackstone Chambers (London)

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Tristan Jones, The UK High Court decides that a standalone claim issued in the High Court could be transferred to the Competition Appeal Tribunal (Sainsbury Supermarkets / MasterCard), 30 November 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2015, Art. N° 76945

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