Is the European Commission's Consultation on Collective Redress Trying to Fix an Antitrust Litigation Landscape That is Not Broken?
It is not surprising that many stakeholders have found the Commission's approach to collective redress frustrating. Nicholas Heaton & Paul Chaplin (Hogan Lovells)
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