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Published on: 7 Jan 2012 By ,

The Preferred Approach to Resolving Issues of Pass Through in Antitrust Claims

The Preferred Approach to Resolving Issues of Pass Through in Antitrust Claims (Presented at the 2012 International Cartel Workshop. American Bar Association. Feb 1-3, 2012) Introduction Just as numerous countries around the world begin to address civil claims for cartel conduct and decide o…

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Published on: 22 Dec 2010 By

The International Handbook On Private Enforcement of Competition Law

Partner Charles Wright with the Class Actions Department authors a chapter in the newly released American Antitrust Institute’s The International Handbook On Private Enforcement of Competition Law published by Edward Elgar Publishing.   Click the following link to visit the publisher’s websi…

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Published on: 7 Dec 2010 By ,

The Rise And Fall Of Chadha v Bayer

Introduction Although numerous price-fixing conspiracy class actions have been commenced in Canada, only a relatively small number have proceeded to a contested certification motion.  For those that have proceeded to a contested certification, one of the main challenges for plaintiffs has be…

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Published on: 23 Aug 2010 By

The Canadian Perspective on Competition Law Class Actions

Introduction In Canada, price-fixing conspiracy class actions are relatively novel.  Although many cases have been commenced, the vast majority of those have been resolved through settlement.  An analysis of the decisions to date, along with decisions in other substantive areas of law, howev…

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