21st April 2015
Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP
Following the Royal Assent to the Consumer Rights Act on 26 March, the UK's first class action regime is now law and is expected to come into force in October of this year. This evening seminar gives a reaction to the passage of the Act from an expert panel and looks forward to how the system is likely to develop - using experience in other class action jurisdictions as a guide.
- Professor Rachael Mulheron, Queen Mary, University of London
- David Greene, Senior Partner, Edwin Coe LLP
- Tony Woodgate, Head, EU and Regulatory, Simmons & Simmons
- Bernardine Adkins, Head of Competition, Wragge Lawrence Graham LLP
Event convened by Vincent Smith, Eva Lein and Duncan Fairgrieve, British Institute of International and Comparative Law.
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This seminar is free to all BIICL members, at all levels. Advance registration is essential in order to secure a seat.
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- Full-time Student - £25
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