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Collective Redress against Financial Institutions: Financial Services Bill - This event is now fully

28th January 2010

The objective of this seminar is to examine the proposals found in the Financial Services Bill for the creation of a collective redress mechanism in respect of financial services claims. Distinguished & experienced speakers will examine the Bill, consider its effect on civil procedure, the types of claims that will be brought, and consequences of an opt-out regime.

For a copy of the legislation, see http://services.parliament.uk/bills/2009-10/financialservices.html

This event is free for Product Liability Forum Members; however you must register to attend this event.


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