Obtain compensation for your damage, from its quantification by economists to representation before the courts in one of the European Union States, with the possibility of having your legal action financed in whole or in part.
Regulation facilitating compensation for competition-related damage
Compensation for the damage sustained as a result of infringements of European Union and Member States’ competition law was consolidated and standardized at European level by the Directive of November 26, 2014 (2014/104/EU) transposed in French law since the order of March 9, 2017 on claims for damages deriving from anti-competitive practices). The purpose of this legislation is to overcome the procedural and evidentiary proof obstacles confronting victims of anti-competitive practices who seek compensation following an adverse judgment on a cartel, known as follow -on actions.
The European offer of De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés with ECDA
Together with legal and financial partners plus economic experts all working together within the European Cartel Damage Alliance (ECDA) De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés has devised an innovative offer to support its clients in obtaining compensation for damage sustained in France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, Greece, Bosnia, Serbia, Slovenia and North Macedonia.
This service includes among others:
- Access to a platform for exchanges on new legal and factual developments in the area of claims for damages in the field of cartels;
- Establishing relations with victims in the European Economic Area as a whole so that they can be jointly represented, thereby increasing their negotiating power and helping them to drive down the cost of enforcing their requests for legal and financial aid;
- Representation in legal proceedings before the appropriate courts with local ECDA member law firms;
- Cooperation with economists assessing the damage;
- Establishing relations with FORIS for the financing of disputes in whole or in part, in order to reduce or avoid pre-financing of the proceedings by your company.