For Companies

Damaged companies are entitled to full compensation if they have been a victim of competition law infringements.

For Trade Associations

Members of trade associations adversely affected by competition law infringements qualify for full compensation.

For Lawyers

Law firms throughout Europe trust CDC Cartel Damage Claims due to our expertise and unrivalled track record.

Experience

We are the pioneer and leader in obtaining antitrust damages in Europe. We have a multidisciplinary and international team comprised of legal, economic, funding, data collection, IT and negotiation experts dedicated to obtaining optimal antitrust compensation. This design allows companies to outsource the antitrust recovery process to CDC and return focus to their core business.

Commitment

We fully align our interests with those of the damaged companies. CDC works on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis unless requested otherwise. This means we assume all costs and risks, and only receive a reasonable share of the compensation when the case prevails.

Resilience

We do not settle for sub-optimum results. We have an unrivalled track record demonstrating our effective approach in achieving optimum damage compensation. To date, CDC has claimed over two billion euros in damages and has been successful in 100% of the cases pursued.

Trust

Our approach is referred to as the model for antitrust recovery by notable entities, such as the European Commission, the European Court of Justice, the European Parliament, CEOs, in-house counsels, academics and professors.

Testimonials

As seen in

New CDC blog post entitled "Trucks Cartel: German Supreme Court confirms the binding effect of settlement decisions and the presumption of damages" https://t.co/ROT8LDeJ2N #antitrust

Check out our new blog post entitled "Beyond ORWI: German Supreme Court continues clarifying the ‘passing-on defence’ in cartel damages cases" https://t.co/HtqTY3KQ5M #Antitrust

New CDC blog post: "Private damages in dominance cases: the example of Google Shopping" by Akos Reger
https://t.co/nKF5K2x1V1 #antitrust

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