A perfect storm for exemplary damages
As the first case in which the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) has awarded ‘follow-on’ damages under section 47A of the Competition Act 1998, it is unsurprising that the case of 2 Travel Group plc (in Liquidation) v Cardiff City Transport Services Ltd has been widely reported. Addleshaw Goddard acted for the claimant and while, of course, the case was decided on its facts, the claim was perhaps more nuanced than has been reported and gave rise to numerous broader issues of general importance to such follow-on claims. This article seeks to highlight those issues.
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