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BBC News: 4/17/2019

Media Mention

April 17, 2019, BBC News

Louise Freeman was interview by BBC News regarding the Mastercard Competition Appeals Tribunal class action case. She spoke about the potential damages payouts to individuals affected by the case.  

April 16, 2019, Commercial Dispute Resolution

Louise Freeman spoke with Commercial Dispute Resolution about the Competition Appeal Tribunal class action case against Mastercard. Ms. Freeman says the Court of Appeal has sent “a clear signal that the CAT applied too high a bar in its assessment of the application for a CPO”, which will “impact the assessment of both this application when it returns to the CAT ...

April 16, 2019, Global Competition Review

Louise Freeman spoke with Global Competition Review regarding the class action UK Competition Appeal Tribunal case against Mastercard. Ms. Freeman said the appellate court has sent a clear signal that the CAT applied too high a bar in its assessment of the application for a collective proceedings order. She adds, this will not only affect the assessment of this ...

April 16, 2019, Financial Times

Louise Freeman is quoted in the Financial Times regarding a class action suit against Mastercard. Ms. Freeman said the Court of Appeal has “sent a clear signal” that the tribunal has set the bar too high in assessing whether the mass claim should proceed.

Going Over the Top

Media Mention

April 9, 2019, Global Data Review

Trisha Anderson spoke with the Global Data Review about the U.S.’s encryption law and its role electronic communication. According to Ms. Anderson, authorities in the U.S. have only general legal tools to seek access to encrypted data. Some traditional U.S. investigative tools, issued through courts and codified in law enforcement procedures, contain general ...