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While the US has recently been trying to curb class actions through measures like the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, European jurisdictions went in the opposite direction, apparently succumbing more and more to the allure of collective litigation. In 2005, Germany, for example, introduced the Capital Investors’ Model Proceeding Law (KapMuG) to deal with thousands of individual shareholder suits against Deutsche Telekom that threatened to clog a court’s docket for years to come. The German law may be owed to special circumstances; yet, it reflects a broader trend towards collective litigation in Europe. At least ...
Category: News & Events, News, Articles June 14, 2010 | 0 Comments If the ECJ follows this approach, no communications between the management of a company and its internal legal advisors will be protected from search and seizure in competition law investigations in Europe. The claim of legal professional privilege will only apply to communications between a company and its independent external lawyers. The case relates to the European Commission’s investigation into a cartel ... Read More
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