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Alumni November News - Mass Claims

Class actions and collective claims mechanisms around the globe have increasingly been affecting businesses across jurisdictions. We’ve recently finished a webinar series for clients examining key aspects and latest developments in this area and produced podcasts linked to the series.

Please listen to the following episodes by clicking on the links below:

Globalisation of antitrust mass claims

In this podcast, Julie Elmer, Natalia Gomez, Roman Mallmann and Mark Sansom focus on the mechanisms for controlling mass claims including class certification.

Mass claims - the European perspective: recent developments and future implications for businesses

In this podcast, Nathalie Colin, Dimitri Lecat, Sabine Prossinger, Patrick Schroeder and Jeroen van Hezewijk assess mass claims risks and the respective legal framework in various European jurisdictions and review these regimes particularly in the light of the impending new EU directive on collective actions

Mass claims across the pond - comparing and contrasting risks

In this podcast, Simon Duncombe, Doru Gavril, Linda Martin and Anne-Laure Vincent discuss and compare mass claims risks between US and European mechanisms.

Masseklagen in Deutschland (German language only)

In this podcast, Martina de Lind van Wijngaarden, Martin Mekat and Jan-Henning Buschfeld explain details of the declaratory model action (DMA) and particularities of the draft law on new EU directive on collective actions, as well as the increasing importance of litigation funding and different forms of the assignment model.

Other podcasts on mass claims topics such as risks and strategies for financial services firms, data and cyber breaches and the Italian regime will follow soon.