On June 11, 2013, the European Commission issued a proposed binding directive intended to facilitate private actions for damages under the competition laws. The stated goals of the proposed directive include "optimizing the interaction between the public and private enforcement of competition law" and "ensuring that victims of infringements of the EU competition rules can obtain full compensation for the harm they suffered."1 The commission also released a non-binding recommendation encouraging member states to adopt a framework of opt-in collective redress.2
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