Fiat's Cartel Suit Against Ball Bearing Maker Sent To CAT

Law360, London (July 10, 2020, 4:26 PM BST) -- A London judge ruled Friday that the U.K.'s specialist antitrust tribunal will be better suited to handle Fiat Chrysler's lawsuit seeking to recover millions of pounds from a manufacturer of automotive ball bearings that was involved in a price-fixing cartel.

Judge Richard Jacobs transferred Fiat's civil action against NTN Corp. out of the Commercial Court and into the Competition Appeal Tribunal. The judge said that the case is expected to involve a significant amount of complex factual and expert evidence to assess Fiat's alleged losses, so it would be more appropriate for it to be heard by the tribunal.

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