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We are delighted to share with you the Baker & McKenzie 2016 Global Guide to Competition Litigation.

As competition policies and rules evolve around the world, businesses are increasingly turning to private litigation for recourse against anti-competitive practices. In the fourth edition of Baker & McKenzie’s Competition Litigation Guide, we provide comprehensive information and a multijurisdictional perspective to help you bring – or defend against – a private claim in 26 key jurisdictions.

Through the guide, our leading global team address critical questions on competition litigation, including:

  • When does a right to claim arise?
  • Are regulators’ infringement findings binding on  national courts?
  • What measure of damages can be claimed?
  • How lengthy or costly could proceedings be?
  • What are other potential options for relief or private enforcement?

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Author

Jennifer Revis is of counsel in the EU Competition and Trade Practice Group of Baker McKenzie's London office. She is acknowledged for her timely advice and responsiveness by the Legal 500. Jennifer has been on secondment to the UK customs authorities (Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs) in their tax and excise litigation department and to the Firm's European Law Centre in Brussels. Jennifer is frequently invited to speak at external conferences and regularly contributes articles to tax journals on customs matters such as De Voils Indirect Tax Journal.

Author

Francesca Richmond is a partner in the Baker McKenzie Dispute Resolution team based in London. Francesca joined Baker McKenzie in 2004 and was admitted as a solicitor in September 2006. She attained higher rights of audience to act as a solicitor-advocate in 2009. Francesca has been seconded to Baker McKenzie's offices in Chicago, Washington and Sydney as well as to clients Barclays Bank PLC, the BBC Trust and O2. Francesca was a marshall at the Royal Courts of Justice in 1998 and in 2000 sitting with a High Court judge.

Author

Keith Jones is a partner at Baker & McKenzie´s London office. He has extensive experience in UK and EU competition law. He is a member of Baker & McKenzie’s Competition team and Competition Litigation Unit in the London office. Keith has published a number of articles on competition litigation and is co-author of the Competition Litigation, Europe.