A Q&A guide to private antitrust litigation in Russian Federation.
The Q&A provides a high level overview of the legal basis for bringing private antitrust litigation actions; parties to an action; limitation periods and forum; standard of proof and liability; costs and timing; pre-trial applications and hearings; alternative dispute resolution; settlement or discontinuance of an action; proceedings at trial; available defences; available remedies; appeals and proposed legislative reform.
This Q&A is part of the global guide to private antitrust litigation. The private antitrust litigation global guide serves as a single, essential, starting point of practical reference for both clients and practitioners in considering the various merits of commencing, defending or settling antitrust claims.
- Legal basis for bringing private antitrust litigation actions
- Parties to an action
- Limitation periods and forum
- Standard of proof and liability
- Costs and timing
- Pre-trial applications and hearings
- Evidence and legal privilege
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Settlement or discontinuance of an action
- Proceedings at trial
- Available defences
- Available remedies
- Online resources
- Gavrilov Denis, Counsel, Ph.D.
- Bolshakov Evgeny, Counsel
- Krychkova Maria, Associate
- Gavrilov Igor, Junior Associate
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