Hausfeld, an international law firm with connections to companies affected by Google’s activities in Europe, and Avisa, a European public affairs company that represents
complainants in the European antitrust case, have created an
online platform to help companies sue Google for financial damages in European courts. The site called
Grip, or Google Redress & Integrity Platform, wants to become a reference point for information on how to recoup losses and provide other legal guidance.
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