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Monday, November 16, 2009

Of Myths and Evidence: An Analysis of 40 U.S. Cases for Countries Considering a Private Right of Action for Competition Law Violations

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Robert H. Lande, University of Baltimore - School of Law and Joshua P. Davis, University of San Francisco - School of Law explain Of Myths and Evidence: An Analysis of 40 U.S. Cases for Countries Considering a Private Right of Action for Competition Law Violations.

ABSTRACT: This article assesses some of the benefits of private enforcement of the United States antitrust laws by analyzing forty large recent, successful private cases. It should help in assessing the desirability and efficacy of private enforcement - information that may prove useful to jurisdictions contemplating a private right of action for competition cases.

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