The EU Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions

The EU Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions requires the 28 EU Member States to adapt their laws and procedures to comply with the Directive by 27 December 2016 at the latest. It establishes a basic right to claim damages for loss caused by antitrust infringements, and establishes a minimum framework of rules concerning proof of the infringement, the measure of damages, the right to obtain document disclosure in support of a claim, the so-called passing-on defence, limitation periods, joint and several liability, and contributions among joint infringers.
Martino Sforza
Martino Sforza focuses his practice on advising European and international clients before the European Commission, the national competition and regulatory authorities, and the civil and administrative courts. He has extensive experience in assisting international clients on antitrust, distribution, consumer protection, data privacy rules and issues related to regulated markets.


Dr. Boris Uphoff
Dr. Boris Uphoff focuses his practice on intellectual property, commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution. He has litigation experience in all major German courts and assists clients in cross-border disputes. Read Boris Uphoff's full bio.


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