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UK tribunal ordered to re-examine class certification in MasterCard claim

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 application when it returns to the CAT, but also other upcoming applications for collective proceedings orders in relation to the trucks cartel and rail fares.

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