Mr Lambros Kilaniotis

Lambros Kilaniotis



The claimants that knew too much: concealment in competition damages claims
United Kingdom | 16 December 2014

The High Court recently considered ongoing damages claims brought by merchants against Visa and MasterCard for breaches of competition law in relation to the charging of interchange fees. The case illustrates that claimants should be alive to any information related to an alleged cartel in the public domain and consider the effect it may have on limitation issues in deciding whether and when to issue a claim.