A judge’s perspective on the role of economic analysis in damages actions
As competition cases, including damages claims, are increasingly brought before courts (rather than competition authorities) in EU Member States, a pertinent question that arises is what sort of economic evidence is suitable and acceptable in such proceedings? Frédéric Jenny, an experienced competition economist-turned-judge (at the Cour de Cassation—the French Supreme Court), gives a first-hand take on this complex issue.
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