27th June 2011
Following the European Commission's further consultation on a European collective redress system and announcements in the UK on developing collective redress regimes here, the event looks at recent changes in the area over the last few months in selected European jurisdictions and what effect they are likely to have. There will also be an emphasis on the practical issues around starting and continuing a collective redress action. The event is aimed at practitioners, academics and others with an interest in collective redress across a range of practice areas.
The event programme is availble to download here.
This event is kindly sponsored by:
Gerard McDermott QC, Outer Temple Chambers
Michael Patchett-Joyce, Outer Temple Chambers
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