Competition law: Compensating damages for violations of competition law.

Companies in the European Union and Latvia do not claim damages for established breaches of competition law. This behavior is highly influenced by the nature of the complicated competition regulations and rather limited possibilities of companies to effectively face multi-million corporations. Janis Sarans explains the most relevant obstacles to effectively claiming damages and possibilities to overcome them based on global case-law. Click here to read the full article in Latvian published in legal weekly Jurista Vārds.

by Jānis Sarāns, Associate, Latvia

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