Triggered by recent events, notably the Dieselgate scandal, collective redress is now back on the EU civil justice agenda. National laws and procedures for collective redress differ substantially in the Member States; this patchwork creates a justice gap for consumers in the EU. “We must urgently act to protect consumers”, said Geoffroy Didier, MEP, the rapporteur for the proposed Directive on representative actions.
This conference organised in cooperation with the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law will:
Who should attend?
Legal practitioners specialised in the field of consumer law and policy; litigators who lead mass damage cases involving consumers, data protection or shareholders claims; representatives of business and consumer organisations; ministry officials; academics.
16 Apr 2020 @ 09:00 am
17 Apr 2020 @ 01:00 pm
Duration: 1 days, 4 hours
ERA Congress Centre
Metzer Allee 5