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The Legal 500 Comparative Guide: Competition Litigation 2021
The Legal 500 has launched its comparative guide on Competition Litigation 2021, designed to provide readers with a pragmatic overview of the law and practice of competition litigation across a variety of jurisdictions.
Each chapter of the guide provides information about the current issues affecting the competition litigation landscape in a particular country, addressing topics such as competition damages claims, collective actions, the litigation process and any upcoming legal changes planned for that country.
Linklaters has exclusively written the chapters for Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK which provide a summary of the relevant law and procedure in these jurisdictions as well as insight and opinion on topical issues and anticipated developments.
Tom Cassels, Dispute Resolution partner, who specialises in competition litigation and public law, is the contributing editor for the guide.
For access to the full guide and the other chapters, please click here.
View the full Legal 500 Comparative Guide: Competition Litigation
Legal Disclaimer: The information and opinions within these Country Comparative Guides are for information purposes only.
They are not intended to constitute legal or other professional advice, and should not be relied on or treated as a substitute for specific advice relevant to particular circumstances.
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