The Danish parliament has passed a bill to make it easier for consumers and private companies to seek compensation in competition cases.
With the new legislation follows clearer rules for presenting evidence, and the period of limitation is extended from three to five years.
“We have seen an increasing interest in follow-on damage claims from competition law infringements. The new legislation can lead to even more damage claims”, says Henrik B. Okholm, Partner in charge of Copenhagen Economics’ competition department.
For further information, please contact Henrik B. Okholm