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Causation and quantum

April 26, 2017, Commercial Dispute Resolution

Elaine Whiteford chaired a panel at CDR's Spring Litigation Symposium on the European Union Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions and is quoted in a Commercial Dispute Resolution article. According to Whiteford, the Directive provides that national courts are able to order the defendant, the claimant or a third party to disclose relevant evidence. “The documentary evidence relating to the infringement doesn’t really matter that much in most damages litigation because damages litigation is typically all about causation and quantum."

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