As Germany and Austria await their government's official proposals for the implementation of the Representative Actions Directive, the Netherlands has a long history of collective actions. In 2020, the Dutch regime underwent fundamental changes, allowing actions for damages on an opt-out basis. Experts from Germany, Austria and the Netherlands will discuss collective actions in a session moderated by Dr Astrid Auer-Reinsdorff and Dr Curschmann. As an expert in class actions in the Netherlands, Branda will contribute to the session from a Dutch perspective and share her experiences.
The session is part of the two-day programme of the Internationaler Wirtschaftsrechtstag that takes places in Berlin on 10 and 11 November 2022. With this event, Internationales Wirtschaftsrecht brings together cross-border legal experts from companies and independent law firms to discuss the international legal developments and implications resulting from an increasingly networked global economy.
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