State of Collective Redress in the EU in the Context of the Implementation of the Commission Recommandation

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State of Collective Redress in the EU in the Context of the Implementation of the Commission Recommandation
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Lein Eva, Fairgrieve Duncan, Bonzé Constance, Salim Rhonson, James Andy, Zaveta Maria
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British Institute of International and Comparative Law
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11/2017
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english
Abstract
According to the Commission Recommendation (2013/396/EU), Member States should have collective redress mechanisms available to achieve EU policy objectives such as better enforcement of European Union law, protection of consumers, improvement of access to justice, better efficiency of justice systems, avoidance of abusive litigation and an effective right to compensation. The Recommendation provides for its implementation by July 2015 and for a reassessment of the collective redress landscape across the EU by July 2017.
The present study carries out a first assessment and its output will assist the Commission in evaluating if the Recommendation has led to the introduction or development of efficient collective redress regimes in the Members States; whether these regimes coherently take into account the principles set out by the Recommendation; and whether the Recommendation has achieved its policy goals.
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