“...an accessible and meticulous account of the state of private rights of action for competition law violations in the Emerald Isle. McFadden, Legal Adviser to the Irish Competition Authority, speaks with authority on the subject.” – Sandeep Vaheesan,
American Antitrust Institute Website
“...a detailed, closely argued and opinionated assessment of the current law in Ireland in respect of private enforcement, how it came to be and where it ought to go from here.
McFadden's analysis is comprehensive and insightful and covers the potential application in Ireland of various innovations such as multiple damages, collective redress and reform of the rules on litigation funding.” – Donogh Hardiman,
World Competition Law and Economics Review
“...a valuable addition to the slim but growing list of works on competition law in Ireland...The book focuses on damages actions to enforce Irish and EU competition law. It provides a useful snapshot of the situation today, and some critical reflections on how matters might be improved.” – Barry Doherty,
Competition, Volume 18, Edition 3