Private Enforcement of Antitrust Laws Seen in 44 Countries. Annual Conference Breakout Session Summary Now Available

Jul 29 2009

Approximately forty four countries currently allow private enforcement in some form.  Is this adding to the complexity of antitrust law that is still in its infancy in many jurisdictions?  On June 18, Michal Gal, Professor of Law at the University of Haifa Law School moderated the breakout session "Private Enforcement: Adding to the Complexity?"  at AAI's Annual Conference. The summary of that session, drafted by AAI Summer Research Fellow Aron Schnur is available here

Private Enforcement: Adding to the Complexity?
Moderator: Michal Gal, Professor of Law, University of Haifa Law School, Israel
Michael Hausfeld, Partner, Hausfeld LLP
Bojana Vrcek, Research Fellow, American Antitrust Institute