When pursuing damages in so-called ‘follow-on’ cartel damages claims claimants can anticipate fierce resistance from defendants. Normally, the only way for claimants to survive this legal battle is to combine forces. This is what is called the bundling of claims. This article contains a comparative study of the possibility of those harmed by cartels and other anti-competitive conduct working together as claimants by bundling their individual claims in various European jurisdictions: Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, Italy and France.
Partner, Bureau Brandeis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Partner, Bureau Brandeis, Paris, France.
Attorney, Bureau Brandeis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Partner, Scoccini & Associati, Rome, Italy and Brussels, Belgium.
Partner, Oppolzer Seifert Kartellrecht, Hamburg, Germany.
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