9 October 2015

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Quantifying damages suffered due to anti-competitive activity is a subject of interest for Bruno Augustin, partner at Haberman Ilett.

In his article for The International Comparative Legal Guide to Competition Litigation, Bruno and his co-author, Haberman Ilett associate Aaron Bradley, explore the obvious, but sometimes missed, point that the ‘but for’ scenario which is necessary in a competition context is no different from the equivalent in all other damages claims.

In addition, Bruno highlights why causation plays such a major role in influencing the tribunal’s decision of how much to award claimants in competition cases. He also shares why complex models are not necessarily appropriate when quantifying a competition damages claim.

To read Bruno and Aaron’s article, click on the pdf below or visit iclg.co.uk.

If you would like to discuss any of the points made in the article, please contact Bruno.

This article appeared in the 2016 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to Competition Litigation; published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London. iclg.co.uk

PDF – ICLG Competition Litigation 2016 – Haberman Ilett