Multi-party redress mechanisms in Europe : squeaking mice? / editors: V. Harsági, C.H. van Rhee.

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Public Interest Litigation & Group Litigation: Comparative Perspectives (Conference) (2013 : Budapest, Hungary) [Browse]
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Book
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English
Published/​Created
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Antwerp, Belgium ; Portland, Oregon : Intersentia, [2014]
  • ©2014
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xxxvi, 259 pages ; 24 cm.

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  • "This volume is the result of the conference 'Public Interest Litigation & Group Litigation: Comparative Perspectives' hosted by the Law Faculty of Pázmány Péter Catholic University in Budapest on 7-8 November 2013."--page xvii.
  • "METRO."
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Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Collective redress in the Europe Union : comparative perspectives / V. Harsági and C.H. van Rhee
  • European perspectives on collective litigation / B. Hess
  • Access to justice in environmental protection cases / Gy. Bándi
  • The big bad wolf : American class actions / R.L. Marcus
  • Why no class actions in Europe? A view from the side of dysfunctional justice systems / A. Uzelac
  • Beyond opt-in and opt-out : the law and economics of group litigation / A. Szalai
  • Belgium's new consumer class action / S. Voet
  • Multi-party litigation in England / N. Andrews
  • Collective litigation in France : from distrust to cautious admission / F. Ferrand
  • The German experience with group actions : the Verbandsklage and the Capital Markets Model Case Act (KaPMuG) / M. Bakowitz
  • The need for further developments of collective redress in Hungary / V. Harsági
  • Private enforcement in Hungary with a view on class actions / T. Tóth and P. Szilágyi
  • Class actions in Italy : great expectations, big disappointment / E. Silvestri
  • Collective redress in The Netherlands / C.H. van Rhee and I.N. Tzankova
  • Polish perspectives and provisions on group proceedings / R. Kulski
  • Group actions in Sweden : a moderate state / L. Ervo.
ISBN
  • 1780682778
  • 9781780682778
LCCN
2015372854
OCLC
896787240
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