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Competition Damages – UK implementation of the EU Damages Directive

Regulations implementing the EU Damages Directive in the UK are set to introduce important changes to the law on limitation, burden of proof, and liability in competition damages claims...more

Brexit: Where to next?

On June 23, Britain voted to leave the European Union. The repercussions of this unprecedented decision could be felt beyond the UK and Europe, as businesses and investors the world over determine how they will be impacted by...more

Brexit Headline Checklist

This checklist is designed to set out some of the key questions which businesses will need to consider in their initial planning phase as they evaluate their existing structures and operations and the potential impact of...more

Opt-out class actions in the UK – off the blocks, on a mobility scooter

A new opt-out class action regime was introduced into the UK on 1 October 2015 under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (the "CRA"). Since then, practitioners have been waiting patiently; intrigued to see when the first claim would...more

Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements – What you need to know

Whilst arbitration agreements in international cases are widely recognised under the New York Convention, the same is not always true for choice of court agreements, for which divergent national rules more often apply. The...more

New era dawns in UK competition damages actions

The entry into force of the UK Consumer Rights Act 2015 (the "CRA") on 1 October 2015 marks the introduction of opt-out class actions in the UK, further transforming the legal landscape for private damages claims in the UK....more

German decision on collective redress

Cartel Damage Claims, a Belgian SPV for the collection of follow-on damages in antitrust litigation, has lost an appeal against six members of the so-called German cement cartel. On 18 February 2015, the Higher Regional Court...more

Global Investigations: Reading The Signals

As the global economy recovers, how will regulators respond? Experts provide perspectives on trends in regulatory and corporate investigations. Global trends in regulation - In the wake of the financial crisis,...more

Taking a Leap of Faith: Deferred Prosecution Agreements and Corporate Sentencing Guidelines Come to the UK

On 24 February 2014, UK prosecutors gained the ability to use deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) in corporate crime cases. This followed the publication on 31 January 2014 of a Definitive Guideline for the sentencing of...more

English Court of Appeal requires French defendants to comply with disclosure orders despite the French “blocking statute”

The existence in several countries of “blocking statutes”, which prohibit the provision of economic information to foreign authorities or courts (or require prior authorization to be obtained before doing so), present a...more

Turkcell Litigation – Another Victory for Cukurova: Privy Council confirms the terms for Cukurova to recover its interest in...

The Privy Council today delivered another crucial ruling in favour of White & Case’s client Cukurova, in its six-year battle to recover its controlling interest in Turkcell (Turkey’s largest mobile phone operator). The effect...more

UK Government opts in to Class Actions

As widely expected, earlier this week the Government announced proposals for reform of the private competition damages regime in the UK, proposing to increase the Competition Appeal Tribunal’s (CAT) power and introduce an...more

Turkcell Litigation – Pivotal Ruling: Privy Council Confirms Cukurova’s Entitlement to Relief from Forfeiture

After more than five years of litigation between Cukurova of Turkey and Alfa of Russia, the Privy Council has delivered a pivotal ruling in Cukurova’s favour. The decision establishes that a borrower may be entitled to...more

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