EU and UK competition law expert, Sophie Lawrance, has been quoted in Global Competition Review’s article, “Lawyers caution against CMA reliance on private litigation after Cardell speech”.
The piece summarises a speech by the CMA Chief Executive, Sarah Cardell, which covered private litigation in competition matters and it being a factor the agency considers when deciding on which complaints to investigate.
Sophie commented on the “substantial developments” in private enforcement seen in recent years along with a dearth in abuse of dominance cases by the CMA. Sophie also discussed the increase in private funding but how several factors may affect this in the future.
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