The UK Supreme Court in Mastercard v Merricks: an economics perspective

Authors K. Shah 1

The Mastercard v Merricks case is the biggest case in the UK, and a contender for one of the largest class action cases globally, representing 46 million class members. The reason the case is of great interest and importance, however, is not its size, but its implications for the class action regime in the UK, and the landscape for collective redress more generally.

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