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Competition law private enforcement in the UK courts : case-law developments 2013-2016

Rodger, Barry (2017) Competition law private enforcement in the UK courts : case-law developments 2013-2016. Global Competition Litigation Review. ISSN 1756-6002 (In Press)

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Abstract

This article will outline and review competition law case-law developments in the UK courts between 2013 and 2016. The author has conducted previous comprehensive studies of competition rulings by the courts in the UK, involving the application of both EU and UK competition law. This article updates the position to the end of 2016 and allows for a greater understanding of both competition case-law trends and the approach of the judiciary to a number of key procedural and substantive issues.