Disguised DBAs? CAT considers LFAs post-PACCAR (Alex Neill Class Representative Ltd v Sony)

08 Dec 2023

Dispute resolution analysis: this is the first judgment from the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) considering the recent Supreme Court decision in R (PACCAR Inc and others) v Competition Appeal Tribunal and others (‘PACCAR’). A revised litigation funding agreement (‘LFA’) for opt-out proceedings was approved by the CAT, because it was held not to be a damages-based agreement (‘DBA’).

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Written by Charlotte Wilk.


Charlotte Wilk

Call: 2021


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