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Amsterdam, 29 January 2023

The road ahead for liability in antitrust damages actions

By Stefan Tuinenga

Case C-882/19 Sumal

In the Sumal judgment the ECJ clearly confirms that liability for antitrust damages within an undertaking can just as well extend downwards (to subsidiaries) as upwards (to parent companies). Stefan Tuinenga wrote an article about this seminal judgment in the Journal of European Competition Law and Practice. You can read the article here.

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