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The Competition Appeal Tribunal Rules 2015

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 INTRODUCTION

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Application of Rules

    4. 4.Governing principles

    5. 5.The Registrar

    6. 6.Tribunal address for service

    7. 7.Tribunal website

    8. 8.Representation

  3. PART 2 APPEALS

    1. COMMENCING APPEAL PROCEEDINGS

      1. 9.Time and manner of commencing appeals

      2. 10.Defective notices of appeal

      3. 11.Power to strike out

      4. 12.Amendments to notice of appeal

      5. 13.Withdrawal of the appeal

    2. RESPONSE TO APPEAL PROCEEDINGS

      1. 14.Acknowledgment and notification

      2. 15.Defence

    3. INTERVENTION, CONSOLIDATION AND FORUM

      1. 16.Intervention

      2. 17.Consolidation

      3. 18.Forum

    4. CASE MANAGEMENT

      1. 19.Directions

      2. 20.Case management conference etc.

      3. 21.Evidence

      4. 22.Summoning or citing of witnesses

      5. 23.Failure to comply with directions

    5. INTERIM ORDERS AND MEASURES

      1. 24.Power to make interim orders and to take interim measures

  4. PART 3 PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE 2002 ACT

    1. 25.Time for commencing proceedings for a review under the 2002 Act

    2. 26.Supplementary provisions concerning reviews

    3. 27.Expert evidence

    4. 28.Appeals in relation to penalties under section 114 of the 2002 Act

  5. PART 4 CLAIMS UNDER SECTION 47A OF THE 1998 ACT

    1. 29.Application of Rules to proceedings in Scotland

    2. COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS

      1. 30.Manner of commencing proceedings under section 47A of the 1998 Act

      2. 31.Service out of the jurisdiction

      3. 32.Amendments to claim form

    3. RESPONSE TO A CLAIM

      1. 33.Acknowledgment, service and notification

      2. 34.Disputing the Tribunal’s jurisdiction

      3. 35.Defence to a claim

      4. 36.Reply to defence

      5. 37.Further pleadings

    4. ADDITIONAL PARTIES AND ADDITIONAL CLAIMS

      1. 38.Additional parties

      2. 39.Additional claims

      3. 40.Powers on receipt of an additional claim

    5. SUMMARY DISPOSAL

      1. 41.Power to strike out

      2. 42.Default judgment

      3. 43.Summary judgment

      4. 44.Withdrawal of the claim

    6. OFFERS TO SETTLE

      1. 45.Settlement offers

      2. 46.Clarification of a Rule 45 Offer

      3. 47.Withdrawing or changing a Rule 45 Offer

      4. 48.Costs consequences of acceptance of a Rule 45 Offer

      5. 49.Costs consequences following judgment

    7. INTERVENTION, CONSOLIDATION AND FORUM

      1. 50.Intervention

      2. 51.Consolidation

      3. 52.Forum

    8. CASE MANAGEMENT

      1. 53.Directions

      2. 54.Case management conference etc.

      3. 55.Evidence

      4. 56.Summoning or citing of witnesses

      5. 57.Failure to comply with directions

    9. FAST-TRACK PROCEDURE

      1. 58.Fast-track procedure

    10. SECURITY FOR COSTS

      1. 59.Security for costs

    11. DISCLOSURE

      1. 60.Disclosure by parties to the proceedings

      2. 61.Documents referred to in statements of case etc.

      3. 62.Disclosure before proceedings start

      4. 63.Orders for disclosure against a person not a party

      5. 64.Claim to withhold inspection or disclosure of a document

      6. 65.Restriction on use of a privileged document inspection of which has been inadvertently allowed

    12. INTERIM PAYMENTS

      1. 66.Interim payments on claims

    13. INJUNCTIONS

      1. 67.Injunctions generally

      2. 68.Interim injunctions

      3. 69.How to apply for an interim remedy

      4. 70.Enforcement

    14. TRANSFERS

      1. 71.Transfer of claims from the Tribunal

      2. 72.Transfer of claims to the Tribunal

  6. PART 5 COLLECTIVE PROCEEDINGS AND COLLECTIVE SETTLEMENTS

    1. 73.Scope and interpretation

    2. 74.General

    3. COLLECTIVE PROCEEDINGS

      1. 75.Manner of commencing proceedings under section 47B of the 1998 Act

      2. 76.Response to a collective proceedings claim form

      3. 77.Determination of the application for a collective proceedings order

      4. 78.Authorisation of the class representative

      5. 79.Certification of the claims as eligible for inclusion in collective proceedings

      6. 80.The collective proceedings order

      7. 81.Notice of the collective proceedings order

      8. 82.Opting in and opting out of collective proceedings

      9. 83.Class records

      10. 84.Scope of the collective proceedings

      11. 85.Stay of proceedings and variation or revocation of the collective proceedings order

      12. 86.Individual settlement by the class representative in opt-in proceedings

      13. 87.Applications for withdrawal by the class representative

      14. 88.Case management of the collective proceedings

      15. 89.Disclosure

      16. 90.Notices

      17. 91.Judgments and orders

      18. 92.Assessment of damages

      19. 93.Distribution of award

    4. COLLECTIVE SETTLEMENTS

      1. 94.Collective settlement where a collective proceedings order has been made: opt-out collective proceedings

      2. 95.Collective settlements where a collective proceedings order has been made: opt-in proceedings

      3. 96.Collective settlements where a collective proceedings order has not been made

      4. 97.Collective settlement approval order

    5. COSTS AND FEES

      1. 98.Costs

  7. PART 6 GENERAL AND SUPPLEMENTARY

    1. THE HEARING

      1. 99.Hearing to be in public

      2. 100.Quorum

    2. CONFIDENTIALITY

      1. 101.Requests for confidential treatment

      2. 102.Subsequent use of documents provided in proceedings

    3. DECISION OF THE TRIBUNAL

      1. 103.Delivery of the decision

      2. 104.Costs

      3. 105.Interest

      4. 106.Consent orders

    4. APPEALS FROM THE TRIBUNAL

      1. 107.Permission to appeal

      2. 108.Decision of the Tribunal on request for permission to appeal

    5. REFERENCES TO THE EUROPEAN COURT

      1. 109.References to the European Court

    6. SUPPLEMENTARY

      1. 110.Power of President, chairman and Registrar to exercise powers of Tribunal

      2. 111.Documents etc.

      3. 112.Time

      4. 113.Funding Arrangements

      5. 114.Irregularities

      6. 115.General power of the Tribunal

  8. PART 7 REFERENCE OF PRICE CONTROL MATTERS TO THE CMA UNDER THE 2003 ACT

    1. 116.Reference of price control matters to the CMA

    2. 117.Determination by the CMA of price control matters

  9. PART 8 REVOCATION AND SAVINGS

    1. 118.Revocation

    2. 119.Savings

  10. PART 9 REVIEW

    1. 120.Review

  11. Signature

  12. Explanatory Note

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