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Time is Money - But How Much Money is Time? Interest and Inflation in Competition Law Actions for Damages

Eckart Bueren et al., Antiturst Law Journal, December 2016

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Private enforcement of competition law is on the rise worldwide. In the United States, it has grown since the 1950s to become a major enforcement tool. In Europe, private actions for damages have been at the heart of the legal and policy debate since the Court of Justice handed down the groundbreaking Courage judgment, spurring reform initiatives by the European Commission5 and several Member States to facilitate private actions for damages.

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