Round Table, taking place at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, on November 6th. A roundtable of international experts in consumer protection and data protection actions on recent developments in various jurisdictions and the future of this area. With Michael Sobol, Maria-José… Read More »Data Protection Class Actions: perspectives from both sides of the Atlantic
With the EU Representative Actions Directive recently entering into force, we believe that collective action will become a crucial legal avenue to harness collective power before national courts to unlock meaningful digital rights protection and enforcement. Our fifth Speaker Series will focus on lessons from… Read More »Collective Redress Lessons from Around the Globe
Aya Ohsawa, Professor at the Université of Hosei, in Tokyo, specialized in Consumer protection and member of the Observatory of Group actions and other forms of collective redress has just been appointed as a Member of the Consumer Protection Commission of Japan. We are proud… Read More »Aya Ohsawa appointed as a Member of the Consumer Protection Comission of Japan
Our founder Maria José Azar-Baud will be present at the “Sustaining Access to Justice in Europe: New Avenues for Costs and Funding” conference, that will happen on October 19th and 20th, at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. She will be speaking during the panel “Emerging… Read More »Sustaining Access to Justice in Europe: New Avenues for Costs and Funding
Emory Law: “Class Actions in Europe and in the United States – 2023 and Beyond: A Comparative Civil Justice Conference”
Our founder María José Azar-Baud will speak at the conference Class Actions in Europe and in the United States – 2023 and Beyond: A Comparative Civil Justice, organized by The Emory Law Center for International and Comparative Law. The conference will take place on Friday,… Read More »Emory Law: “Class Actions in Europe and in the United States – 2023 and Beyond: A Comparative Civil Justice Conference”
Our founder María José Azar-Baud will be speaking during the CPLJ Lecture Series, on the topic of “Environmental Disputes in a Comparative Perspective”. The lecture will happen on Tuesday, 4 July 2023, 3:00 – 5:00 pm (CEST). More information below:
With the support of the Class Actions Observatory (Observatoire des Actions deGroupe) and the Universities of Paris Saclay, KU Leuven, Leuphana and Tilburg, thisconference will be the first in a series to explore the developments of theDieselgate litigation from a comparative perspective. Programme here.
Unlike the consumer class action which was not certified in a parallel case against Apple, the judges certified one against Google regarding dominant platform in a monopolization case. The case against Google seems to go to trial in November 2023. Google has appealed the class cert decision… Read More »Certification of a class action against Google
Act LXI of 2022 on amending certain laws necessary for an acting consumer protection The Hungarian text is available here. A summary in Hungarian can be found here.