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Appealing Fines in the Competition Appeal Tribunal: An Uphill Struggle?

BY | June 29, 2009

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Ronit Kreisberger, Jun 30, 2009 The Competition Appeal Tribunal (“the CAT”) gave judgment in the NAPP case, the…

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle

Ronit Kreisberger, Jun 30, 2009

The Competition Appeal Tribunal (“the CAT”) gave judgment in the NAPP case, the first ever appeal, which included an appeal on penalty, under the Competition Act 1998 (“the Competition Act”) back in January 2002. In the intervening seven and a half years, the CAT has delivered a number of important judgments which reveal the way in which the CAT will exercise its jurisdiction

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