||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 529 (Jul)
|| CAT 16
||Competition Appeal Tribunal
Sir Christopher Bellamy (President), Mr A Lewis and Ms V Smith-Hillman
||Mark Brealey QC and Mark Hoskins (instructed by Pinsent Curtis) for the first applicant.
||Nicholas Green QC and Marie Demetriou (instructed by DLA) for the second applicant.
||Brian Doctor QC and Kassie Smith (instructed by Herbert Smith) for the OFT.
||30 July 2003
Competition - Competition Appeal Tribunal - Appeal - Complaint of price-fixing - Office of Fair Trading upholding complaint - Application to adduce evidence not contained in decision for consideration by appellate tribunal - Exercise of discretion - (Director's Rules) Order 2000 (), r 14.
It was not satisfactory that an appellant in proceedings before the Competition Appeal Tribunal might deal fully with the evidence adduced in support of allegations of infringement only at the stage of reply in the appeal, as would be the case if the respondent were allowed to adduce new evidence at the appeal stage.
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