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.
The summer school will take place in Sceaux, France (close to Paris) from Monday 19th to Friday 23rd June 2023. It will be divided into 10 half- day sessions. There will be a central theme running through the week, regarding the ‘protection of people in… Read More »Law Graduate School – International Summer School
Should non-material damages be awarded on the basis of the GDPR, even if the claimant has suffered a mere discomfort? This question lies at the heart of the Österreichische Post case (C-300/21), for which the ruling is expected to be published on 4 May 2023.… Read More »EU FUTURE TALKS
The Perfect Law Conference 2023 will be happening on April 27th and April 28th at Central Hall Westminister. Speaker include Han Jongneel, Jessica Radke (CMA), Dr. Fabian Reuschle, and many more. Registration is now open on perfectlaw.co.uk
On April 29th, the 18th National Symposium on Class Actions will happen in Ontario, Canada. Registry is now open, and you can read the programme here.
The Mass Action Forum 2023 will be happening on February 22nd and 23rd, in San Diego, at the El Prado at Balboa Park. Speakers and moderators include the Observatory’s founder Maria José Azar-Baud. You can read the full programme here.
The CPLJ Lecture Series is part of the Comparative Procedural Law and Justice (CPLJ) project, which brings together more than one hundred academics worldwide. In 2023, the CPLJ Lecture Series will provide an opportunity to discuss exciting topics related to CPLJ with outstanding scholars who are very… Read More »CPLJ Lecture Series