The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal issues opt-out certification decision in a class action brought against a Big Tech by a consumer advocate (Liz Coll / Google)

On 31 August 2022, the Competition Appeal Tribunal released its judgment in Elizabeth Helen Coll v Alphabet Inc. and Others [2022] CAT 39, which confirms that consumer champion Liz Coll is authorised to bring an opt-out collective claim against Google for alleged competition law infringements relating to Google’s practices in its Play Store, including its charging of an unlawfully high commission rate of 30%

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Lesley Hannah, Anna Stellardi, Sofie Edwards, The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal issues opt-out certification decision in a class action brought against a Big Tech by a consumer advocate (Liz Coll / Google), 31 August 2022, e-Competitions September 2022, Art. N° 108539

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