28 June 2019 from 09:00 to 19:00

Collective redress in a European perspective

Paushuize in Utrecht, location of this years conference.

UCALL organises a conference on the 28th of June 2019 that focuses on collective redress in the Netherlands and Europe. The morning programme shows the 25 years of Dutch experience and future developments; the afternoon programme focuses on the European perspective, with speakers from Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and France. This conference is organised together with the Dutch Stichting Onderzoek & Ondersteuning Collectieve Acties (OCA).

Programme

Collective redress: 25 years Dutch experience (Dutch spoken session)
09.00-09.30

Opening remarks by Prof. dr. Tomas Arons (Utrecht University)

09.30-10.15

Dr. Ilja Tillema (Erasmus University Rotterdam), 25 years collective action and third party funding

10.15-11.00

Martijn van Maanen (BarentsKrans), Collective action and liability law: causation and damage scheduling.

11.00-11.45

Prof. dr. Eddy Bauw (Utrecht University), Collective actions: access to courts for 305a-organisations: the new Claimcode

11.45-12.30

Plenary discussion

12.30-13.30

Lunch

Collective redress in a European perspective (English spoken session)
13.30-14.15

Prof. dr. Astrid Stadler (University of Konstanz), Collective redress in Germany

14.15-15.00

Dr. Alexandre Biard (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Collective redress in France

15.00-15.30

Plenary discussion

15.30-16.15

Prof. dr. Burkhard Hess (MPI Luxembourg), Cross-Border aspects of class actions in Europe

16.15-17.00

Prof. dr. Stefaan Voet (KU Leuven), Collective Redress in Europe: Quo Vadis?

17.00-19.00

Closing remarks, followed by drinks

Start date and time
28 June 2019 09:00
End date and time
28 June 2019 19:00
Entrance fee
Free of charge