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UK CAT collective stand-alone claims stymied by limitation provisions – lawyers

December 4, 2015, Policy and Regulatory Report

Kenny Henderson is quoted extensively in a PaRR article discussing the delay in opt-out class actions under the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal’s (CAT) new collective damages regime. Henderson argues that the claims have not materialised "because of uncertainty created by the transitional limitation regime."

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