BIICL has been conducting studies and organising events in the area of collective redress for nearly a decade. This includes comprehensive research on collective redress mechanisms in different EU Member States. BIICL created a unique website resource that supports and informs interested parties, practitioners, policy-makers, litigation funders, consumers and SME representative bodies, etc., in gaining access to relevant materials which is available here.
It also conducted a study for the European Commission, in a research consortium with Civic Consulting and Risk & Policy Analysts (RPA), and supported by the Office for Economic Policy and Regional Development (EPRD). The more than 1000 pages study analyses the state of collective redress in the EU in context of the implementation of the Commission Recommendation (2013/396/EU) on common principles for injunctive and compensatory collective redress mechanisms in the Member States. The study is accessible below.