The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has opened a new chapter in the seemingly never-ending Dieselgate saga. Car manufacturers likely face yet another wave of litigation.
In year three after the Supreme Court’s decision in Mastercard v Merricks, collective proceedings are in full swing.
In an interim judgment of November 9, 2022, the District Court of Amsterdam affirmed its jurisdiction in a case brought by several Dutch foundations against TikTok Technology Limited Ireland and affiliated companies for violations of the GDPR.
On December 29, 2021, the District Court of Amsterdam decided that the WAMCA claim brought by the foundation The Privacy Collective on behalf of over 10 million Dutch internet users against Oracle and Salesforce was inadmissible for lack of representativeness.
In a judgment which quickly made headlines in the English legal scene, the High Court on 24 February 2023 allowed a claim brought by Commission Recovery against Marks & Clerk to proceed as a representative action under CPR 19.6.
CAT orders Qualcomm to disclose additional documents linked to the European Commission’s notorious Qualcomm (exclusivity payments) decision of 2018 in collective proceedings brought by Which?
Following a case management conference on 13 January 2023, the CAT has ordered Qualcomm to disclose additional documents related to an investigation of the European Commission in the ongoing collective proceedings initiated by the Consumers’ Association (also known as “Which?”) for abuse of a dominant position in a market.