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This highly-awaited second edition of Multi-Party Actions represents an updated, authoritative text on various collective action mechanisms in the civil procedure of England and Wales. The text boasts new analysis, coverage of the new competition damages mechanisms, and fresh collections of cases organised by subject matter.
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This book examines European legislation that regulates the safety of consumer products. There are different legal requirements for medicines, machines, electronics, toys and so on, which employ different regulatory mechanisms. Hodges compares the ...
Christopher Hodges is Professor of Justice Systems, and head of the Swiss Re/CMS Research Programme on Civil Justice Systems, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford. He is a Supernumerary Fellow of Wolfson College Oxford. Geraint Webb QC is a leading Silk at Henderson Chambers whose practice has particular emphasis on complex multi-party actions, group actions, mass tort claims, cross-border disputes, and jurisdictional issues.
I Introduction II Managing Group Litigation 1: Basic Priniciples and Issues 2: Initiation 3: Investigating, Commencing, and Pleading Claims 4: Initial Management of the Group 5: Advertising 6: Further Management Issues 7: Costs III Consumer Representative Claims Consumer Protection Claims Competition Claims IV EU Cross-Border Injunctions 1: Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts 2: Consumer Protection Regulation 3: Unfair Commercial Practices V Representative Parties VI Funding Multi-Party Actions VII Case Studies Appendices A: CPR Rule 19.III B: Practice Direction - Group Litigation C: CPR Rule 19.II D: New law on Consumer Representative Actions, and any Guidance E: Community Legal Service's MPA Guidance and Solicitors' Panel documents F: Costs Rules G: Directives on consumer organisations H: UK law implementing items in G I: Specimen Initial GLO Directions J: Extracts from Woolf Reports and other sources K: List of reported cases