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Recovering losses caused by anticompetitive practices

Cartels and other anticompetitive practices are illegal and cause significant harm to many businesses. Deminor helps impacted companies claim compensation in an efficient manner and on a “no cure, no pay” basis.

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You may recover your losses on a “no cure, no pay” basis by joining a pending Antitrust Action still open for registration:

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Italian corrugated-cardboard cartel

On 17 July 2019, the Italian Competition Authority (Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato – “AGCM”) concluded an investigation, finding that two sepa...

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European government bonds cartel

On 20 May 2021, the European Commission (“EC”) announced its long awaited decision in the European Government Bonds (“EGBs”) trading cartel. The EC has found th...

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Stay informed about our pending Antitrust Investigations

We are continuously identifying and monitoring potential new Antitrust Actions. You may already register with Deminor in order to be kept informed about future opportunities to recover losses:

Aluminium forging cartel

Aluminium cartel

On 23 December 2020, the German competition authority (“Bundeskartellamt”) announced that it had fined five aluminium forging companies a total of approximately...

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Partnerships and Collaborations with Trade Associations

Cartels and other anticompetitive practices often harm a very large number of businesses active within a single market or sector of the economy. Information about pending or potential antitrust actions is therefore relevant for the trade associations defending and promoting the interests of those businesses.

These associations usually consider it their role to disseminate such information among their members. In conducting our antitrust actions, we are interested in collaborating with and assisting trade associations whose members have been affected by a cartel or another type of antitrust violation.

If you are a trade association and you believe that your members may have been harmed by a cartel, please get in touch.

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