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Abstract: This article provides a comparative analysis of collective enforcement of consumer claims in Europe, the US, and Canada. It engages in a comparative institutional analysis and shows the relevance of the institutional framework for assessing the effectiveness of different strategies....
Abstract: This paper investigates the Green Paper's proposals for the revision of the Consumer Acquis from the angle of public consultation. The Green Paper asks many abstract questions; however, the crucial question of whether Europe needs and/or wants a European Consumer Code has not been...
Abstract: Financial services have become increasingly important in the EU. Such services are essential not only for the everyday life of EU citizens, but also for the EU economy at large. This fact explains the large number of EC specific regulatory measures taken in the area of financial...
Abstract: Tort law is not harmonized at the European level. Both substantive and procedural regulations vary substantially across EU Member States. Such regulatory diversity is inevitably reflected in the field of antitrust private enforcement – based on claims for damages inflicted as a result...
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