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Daimler overturns truck-cartel claims ruling in Stuttgart appeal court

By Karoline Del Vecchio and Mario Hilgenfeld
  • 10 Dec 2021 04:14
  • 10 Dec 2021 04:14

Daimler has won its legal challenge to damage claims from two German construction firms brought in 2017 by their parent company for the carmaker’s role in an EU truck cartel.

In a ruling handed down yesterday, the Stuttgart Higher Regional Court annulled an interim judgment from the first instance court in the same

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Karoline Del Vecchio

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Karoline holds a degree in translation studies and EU law from Mainz University, Germany. Before joining MLex, she worked for the German Steel Federation and U.S. law firm Latham & Watkins in Brussels where she reported on EU affairs and worked as a legal researcher, providing global monitoring services on EU competition law, trade and regulatory matters. Karoline's working languages are German, English, French, Spanish, Italian and Polish.

Mario Hilgenfeld

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Mario is a qualified German and EU regulatory lawyer. He holds an MA in EC competition law from King's College London and directs MLex's research and data unit. Mario who previously worked at the Chamber of Commerce & Industry in Germany, works in German, English, French, Dutch and Polish.

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