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).
Collective redress in a European perspective
Opening remarks by Prof. dr. Tomas Arons (Utrecht University)
Dr. Ilja Tillema (Erasmus University Rotterdam), 25 years collective action and third party funding
Martijn van Maanen (BarentsKrans), Collective action and liability law: causation and damage scheduling.
Prof. dr. Eddy Bauw (Utrecht University), Collective actions: access to courts for 305a-organisations: the new Claimcode
Prof. dr. Astrid Stadler (University of Konstanz), Collective redress in Germany
Dr. Alexandre Biard (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Collective redress in France
Prof. dr. Burkhard Hess (MPI Luxembourg), Cross-Border aspects of class actions in Europe
Prof. dr. Stefaan Voet (KU Leuven), Collective Redress in Europe: Quo Vadis?
Closing remarks, followed by drinks