Entries by Xandra Kramer

One For All? Workshop on the The New Representative Action Directive

After a great deal of controversial discussion, the EU Representative Actions Directive was passed in late 2020 and has to be transposed by Member States till December 25 of this year. For the first time, the Directive will require MS to introduce the possibility for qualified entities to sue for compensation on behalf of harmed consumers.  Key questions […]

Frontiers in Civil Justice – book published

The edited volume Frontiers in Civil Justice: Privatisation, Monetisation and Digitisation (eds. Xandra Kramer, Jos Hoevenaars, Betül Kas and Erlis Themeli) has been published by Elgar. The book is the third edited volume resulting from the project

Developments in Third-Party Litigation Funding in Europe and Beyond

Written by Adrian Cordina, PhD researcher at Erasmus School of Law, project member of the Vici project ‘Affordable Access to Justice’ which deals with costs and funding of civil litigation, financed by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) This blog post reports on a conference on Third Party Litigation funding (TPLF) as well as some other activities in […]

Online Seminar BEUC Judges & Collective Redress

                    Judges & collective redress: new perspectives and opportunities for judiciary           Thursday 12 May 2022, 15:00 to 17:30 CEST        This online event will be held in English and is reserved for judges and members of judiciaries.                               >>> REGISTER HERE <<< Judges may play an important […]