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We are delighted to share with you the Baker & McKenzie 2016 Global Guide to Competition Litigation.

As competition policies and rules evolve around the world, businesses are increasingly turning to private litigation for recourse against anti-competitive practices. In the fourth edition of Baker & McKenzie’s Competition Litigation Guide, we provide comprehensive information and a multijurisdictional perspective to help you bring – or defend against – a private claim in 26 key jurisdictions.

Through the guide, our leading global team address critical questions on competition litigation, including:

  • When does a right to claim arise?
  • Are regulators’ infringement findings binding on  national courts?
  • What measure of damages can be claimed?
  • How lengthy or costly could proceedings be?
  • What are other potential options for relief or private enforcement?

Click here to access the Guide

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