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Fulya Teomete Yalabik

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Vincent Smith

Vincent Smith Vincent Smith is a Visiting Fellow at the Institute working in the fields of collective redress and competition law. He contributes to BIICL's work developing a web based research resource in this area (part funded by the European Commission) and also participates regularly in conferences and events organised by the institute in this area. Person - Contact DetailsShare Links

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Duncan Fairgrieve

Biography Duncan Fairgrieve is Senior Research Fellow in Comparative Law and Director of the Product Liability Forum  at the Institute. He is also Professor of Comparative Law at Université de Paris Dauphine in France. Duncan Fairgrieve is a leading comparative lawyer, with research interests spanning both comparative private and public law, with specific focus on three specific areas, comparative administrative law (with a particular interest in state liability), comparative law of…

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Short Course: Cross-border Dispute Resolution

EVENTS Short Course: Cross-border Dispute Resolution Event - Tags Share Links Event - Timings and Location     Event Details This three-day programme is focused on current developments and strategies in cross-border dispute resolution. Cross-border dispute resolution is a part of the practice of almost every commercial…

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PLF Meeting: Domestic Appliances and Product Liability

EVENTS PLF Meeting: Domestic Appliances and Product Liability Event - Tags Share Links Event - Timings and Location     Speakers include: Pierre Chalançon, APPLiA (Home Appliance Europe ) and Vorwerk & Co, who will discuss the current regulatory & litigation environment for white goods, as well as the impact…

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Centre for Comparative Law

Centre for Comparative Law A new Centre for Comparative Law, led by Eva Lein, will be operational from September 2019.  Further details to follow.

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PLF meeting: New Regulatory Landscape for Products post-Brexit

Time: 17:00-19:30 Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP The event is run jointly with the MHRA and the Public Law Project, and will bring together leading experts to examine the recent products-related Statutory Instruments and their impact on the regulation of products post-Brexit in spheres such as medicines (Human Medicines (EU Exit Regulations) 2019), chemicals (REACH etc (Amendment etc) (EU Exit) Regulations…

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PLF Meeting: Is the Product Liability Directive Fit for Purpose: the Challenges of New Technology

Time: 17:15-19:30 (Registration from 16:45) Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP This event will bring together domestic & international speakers to consider the challenges posed by new technology to the PLD. This was a central issue in the European Commission's recent Fifth Report on the Directive, as raised by the preceding public consultation which illustrated that there were concerns about whether the Directive…

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Doors open for First Hearing of International Chamber at Paris Court of Appeal

Doors open for First Hearing of International Chamber at Paris Court of Appeal Written by Duncan Fairgrieve (BIICL;Université de Paris Dauphine) and Solenn Le Tutour (avocat, Barreau de Paris) Read More 

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Collective Redress in the EU, Central & South East Europe

Time: 17:30-19:00 (Registration open from 17:00) Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP This seminar takes the recent developments at an EU level in respect of Collective Redress mechanisms as the context for examining the development of mechanisms for resolving mass disputes in the regions of Central Europe and South East Europe. Leading speakers will discuss whether existing collective redress procedures provide…

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Remedies for Damage Caused by Vaccines: A Comparative Study of Four European Legal Systems

Remedies for Damage Caused by Vaccines: A Comparative Study of Four European Legal Systems By Leonora Rajneri , Jean-Sébastien Borghetti , Duncan Fairgrieve , Peter Rott , European Review of Private Law , 2018 Issue 1, pp. 57-95 Abstract: The most important public health consideration of vaccination. This study explores the approach to vaccine damage cases in four different European countries (France, Germany, Italy and the UK), examining the variety of different mechanisms for providing…

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Briefing Note on the Discount Rate applying to Quantum in Personal Injury Cases

Briefing Note on the Discount Rate applying to Quantum in Personal Injury Cases : Comparative Perspectives This briefing note examines the discount rate applying to quantum in personal injury claims from a comparative law perspective focusing on Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Spain and South Africa. These jurisdictions represent common and civil law jurisdictions, a diverse geographical spread as well as a range of approaches and rates. The research highlights…

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And Then There Were Eleven: Some Context on the Supreme Court Sitting En Banc in the Article 50 Case

And Then There Were Eleven: Some Context on the Supreme Court Sitting En Banc in the Article 50 Case By Joe Tomlinson, Jake Rylatt and Duncan Fairgrieve Read More  

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Comparative Law in Practice

Comparative Law in Practice, Contract Law in a Mid-Channel Jurisdiction By Duncan Fairgrieve Published by  Bloomsbury Professional This book provides a comparative study of contract law, examining the interaction of common law and civil law approaches to contract law Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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Punitive Damages in Europe and a Plea for the Recognition of Legal Pluralism

Punitive Damages in Europe and a Plea for the Recognition of Legal Pluralism By Erdem Buyuksagis, Ina Ebert, Duncan Fairgrieve, Renee Charlotte Meurkens, Francesco Quarta This multi-author article aims to demonstrate that, despite the traditional understanding that tort law should serve the sole purpose of remedying the harm caused as precisely as possible, there are growing indications in several continental European legal systems that damages awards are not entirely immune from extra-compensatory,…

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Courts and Comparative Law

Courts and Comparative Law Mads Andenas & Duncan Fairgrieve (Editors) While the role of comparative law in the courts was previously only an exception, foreign sources are now increasingly becoming a source of law in regular use in supreme and constitutional courts. There is considerable variation between the practices of courts and the role of comparative law, and methods remain controversial. In the US, the issue has been one of intense public debate and it is still one of the major…

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