PART V: Evidence: the challenge of the Damages Directive

Description:

In the fifth session of the training module, Diana Ungureanu discusses the main aspects pertaining to the administration of evidence in a damages case.

The presentation touches upon the following topics:

  • Objectives of the Directive
  • Disclosure of evidence
  • Burden of proof
  • Standard of proof
  • The legal privilege
  • Leniency
  • Full compensation
  • Effect of national decisions
  • Passing-on of overcharges
  • Quantification of damages
  • Table of contents

    Video Materials

    Evidence: the challenge of the new Directive (Part I) - Diana Ungureanu

    Evidence: the challenge of the new Directive (Part II) - Diana Ungureanu

    Speaker presentation

    Smart Animations

    Smart Animation - Access to evidence

    Smart Animation - Disclosure of evidence

    Smart Animation - Limitation periods

    Smart Animation - Passing on of overcharges

    Smart Animation - Quantification of damages

    Infographics

    Infographic - the Damages Directive

    Infographic – Court of Justice case/ Pfleiderer (2011)

    Infographic – Court of Justice case/ Donau Chemie (2013)

    Infographic – Court of Justice case/ Akzo Nobel (2010)

    Infographic – Quantifying harm in actions for damages

    Relevant Materials

    Damages Directive

    Regulation 1/2003

    Practical Guide

    Court of justice case: Pfleiderer (2011)

    Court of justice case: Donau Chemie (2013)

    Court of justice case: Akzo Nobel (2010)

    AM & S Europe Limited v Commission of the European Communities (1982)

    Transcript

    Transcript - Part V - Evidence - A

    Transcript - Part V - Evidence - B