Thomas Rouhette and Claire Massiera contribute to leading book Private Enforcement of Competition Law in Europe

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Partner Thomas Rouhette and senior associate Claire Massiera recently co-authored a chapter in Private Enforcement of Competition Law in Europe, the leading book examining procedural and substantive issues in respect of private enforcement of competition law in Europe.

Thomas and Claire co-authored the chapter entitled “Investigative Measures: Domestic and International Legal Aspects”, which forms part of the wider section of the book on ‘Establishing Liability’.

Private Enforcement of Competition Law in Europe introduces the reader to key legal provisions and case-law related to the procedural and substantive issues that may arise in damages litigation for breach of anti-competitive agreements and abuses of a dominant position prohibitions.

Authored by Professor Rafael Amaro, Private Enforcement of Competition Law in Europe contains the contributions from leading academics, lawyers, jurists and economists in the field of the private enforcement of competition law. It is composed of thematic chapters dealing with matters such as applicable law in international litigation, limitation, quantification of damages, from both a European Union and a national perspective, as well as national chapters presenting the state of play in several European States.

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