19th June 2014
British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP
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- Anne-Lise Sibony, University of Liège
- George Barker, Director, Centre for Law and Economics, ANU
- Marcus Smith QC, Competition Appeals Tribunal
- Mr. Justice Meinrad Wösthoff, Director of the County Court Hanau, Gemany
The European Commission Recommendation establishes a framework to ensure a coherent horizontal approach to collective litigation in the EU context without harmonising national systems. The Commission clearly aims at distinguishing collective redress in Europe from the North American approach.
This seminar will explore the need for a specifically European model of mass litigation from a series of interdisciplinary perspectives. Collective redress mechanisms will be examined from the viewpoint of law and economics, behavioural sciences, and from a sociological and judicial perspective.
The seminar will be followed by a drinks reception.
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This event is accredited with 3 CPD hours.
With financial support from the Civil Justice Programme of the European Union
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Individual - £55
Full-time Academic - £35
Full-time Student - £20
Individual - £95
Full-time Academic - £60
Full-time Student - £35
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