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Professor Suzanne Rab writes for Thought Leaders 4 Disputes Magazine Issue 10

Professor Suzanne Rab reflects on the scale, complexity and scope of collective actions in competition cases in her article published in Issue 10 of TL4’s Disputes Magazine.  She discusses how the ongoing Interchange Fees and Trucks Litigation cases and others will continue to pose challenges for case management in the Competition Appeal Tribunal. She notes that some funding agreements will need to be revised to reflect the Supreme Court’s recent ruling R (on the application of PACCAR Inc and others) (Appellants) v Competition Appeal Tribunal and others (Respondents) [2023] UKSC 28.  Navigating the future landscape will require a delicate balancing exercise between proportionality, fairness and reasonable cost.

Read Suzanne's article here.

This article was first published with ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes Magazine.