RBB's Richard Murgatroyd will join other leaders in the competition litigation field at this year's GCR litigation conference taking place in London on 5 October.
Richard will participate in the morning session 'Collective actions – blueprints, opt-out versus opt-in and case management' which will cover:
The requirement for a blueprint – what does this mean in terms of factual and expert evidence and has this shifted dial on certification? Mark McLaren’s op-out ro-ro claim, Liza Lovdahl Gormsen’s collective lawsuit against Meta and Rachael Kent’s claim against Apple.
How will having a blueprint impact on preparation for trial after certification?
Claim viability - opt-in versus opt-out – reviewing the impact of upcoming Court of Appeal decisions in Forex and Trucks appeals against CAT certification rulings, as well as the tribunal’s decision to deny certification in a claim brought by Commercial and Interregional Card Claims.
Competing claims – when and how to determine carriage – contrasting approaches in Forex and Trucks mass lawsuits compared to claims brought by Charles Arthur and Claudio Pollack against Google’s online advertising practices.
Access the full agenda here.