Meta wins temporary reprive in £2.2bn UK lawsuit

21/02/2023 | Reuters

Meta has won a temporary reprieve in the £2.2 billion collective proceedings lawsuit on Monday after the Competition Appeal Tribunal ruled the methodology of establishing any user losses needed re-evaluation. It means legal academic Liza Lovdahl Gormsen and her lawyers now have six months to make additional fillings that could lead to a "new and better blueprint leading to an effective trial".

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