Area of focus

Antitrust and Competition Litigation

Claims in multiple jurisdictions. Class actions. Treble damages. Injunctions. The stakes in competition litigation are sky high and claims are increasingly common. 

We have global reach with antitrust and competition litigators in key jurisdictions — the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, and the United...

Representative experience

Large corporate group in English and Dutch Courts defending several multi-party antitrust damages claims arising from cartel in the gas insulated switchgear market.

Two airlines in antitrust damages claims brought in relation to a cartel in the air cargo market in the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, and the U.S.

Acted for a defendant in a series of follow-on damages claims brought in the English and Dutch Courts relating to the paraffin wax cartel.

Global financial institution in US antitrust class actions alleging a conspiracy by some of the largest banks to restrict competition in credit default swap market.

We advised an international freight company on a claim in the U.S. regarding the ocean carriers shipping cartel.

Webinar

D&O liability risks arising from antitrust law violations

Our German Corporate Litigation team regularly hosts webinars on different corporate litigation topics.

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Collective Actions for Damages recent developments in the Netherlands and Germany

Our German Competition Litigation team regularly hosts webinars on different corporate litigation topics.

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Prima Facie Evidence in Cartel Damages Litigation Landmark Decision by the German Federal Court of Justice in the Rail Cartel Case

The German Federal Court of Justice’s (in German ‘Bundesgerichtshof’, short ‘FCJ’) last ruling on a competition law case of 2018 attracted a lot of attention...

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Webinar

Risks and opportunities of the new 'discovery tools'

Competition Litigation Webinar

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Cartel damages claims in a nutshell: Enforcement and Defense

Competition Litigation Webinar

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