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n Without Prejudice - When courts can't see the wood for the trees : competition law

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Abstract

In its December 7 2009 decision partially to clarify its order and refuse Woodlands special leave to appeal, the Competition Appeal Court appeared to try its utmost to put an end to the 'veritable forest of interlocutory paper' that had characterised the milk inquiry for several years. The CAC emphasised the need for expedition in competition matters as well as clear and proper framing of relief. This ended Woodland's hopes to seek further judgement on the immediate effects of the Competition Commission's invalidated summons.

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2010-04-01
2016-12-06
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