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French Blocking Statute: A Renewed Interest?
Recent laws—such as the 2016 Sapin 2 Law and the new EU General Data Protection Regulation—provide for rules that are intended to ensure compliance with the French Blocking Statute, ...
France
18 Jun 2019
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French Class Actions At A Glance And Their Prospects For Development
Since its introduction into French law in 2014, the class action à la française (action de groupe) has not met the legislator's expectations for the settlement of consumer disputes.
France
18 Jun 2019
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New French Decree Strengthens Protection Of Confidential Documents
French Decree No. 2018-1126, which is intended to enhance the protection of documents containing confidential information, became effective following publication in the Official Journal.
France
4 Feb 2019
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Driverless, Networked Vehicles On The Rise, French Liability Regulations Lag Behind
During the 2018 Paris Motor Show, consumers and professionals had the chance to see the most recent models of autonomous and connected vehicles.
France
29 Nov 2018
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EU Consumer Rights Enforcement—Penalties Ahead
The REFIT Fitness Check of EU Consumer and Marketing Law, carried out on behalf of the EU Commission, and the evaluation of the Consumer Rights Directive by the EU Commission, both published in May 2017, ...
European Union
21 Oct 2018
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EU Class Actions In The Making
Currently, European law provides only for representative actions to stop or prohibit infringements of EU consumer law, but not for collective redress.
European Union
12 Jun 2018
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Renewed Interest In French Class Actions?
Class actions (action de groupe) were implemented in France in 2014. Three-and-a-half years after its entry into force, the French class action has not met the expected results.
France
27 Apr 2018
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Be Sued Or Be Fined: European Commission Proposes Consumer Protections Expanding Class Actions And Enforcement Powers
Apparently to sweeten the bitter pills of the deal for companies, the proposal also aims at removing some burden on businesses.
European Union
18 Apr 2018
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Germany Plans Class Action Legislation In 2018
German law does not provide a means of collective redress for consumer claims.
Germany
10 Apr 2018
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Italian Supreme Court Upholds Class Action Ruling On Misleading Advertising
The Situation: On January 31, 2018, the Italian Supreme Court ruled on the first Italian product-related class action promoted by a consumers' association.
Italy
20 Mar 2018
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Drones Over Europe: A Regulatory Overview
As the market for civil unmanned aircraft systems—also called "drones"—expands, several European countries, including France, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom, have already adopted a regulatory framework.
European Union
19 Oct 2017
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EU Regulation On Cross-Border Preservation Of Accounts Now In Force
In short, this new procedure enables a creditor to obtain a "Preservation Order" ("Order") against a debtor to ensure enforcement of his or her claim in a cross-border context.
European Union
7 Feb 2017
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法国的新无人机监管框架将更具灵活性和安全性(英文版)
In response to market growth evolution in the use of civil unmanned aircraft, or drones, on December 24, 2015, the French Ministry of Environment published two new Ministerial Decisions regulating the use of drones.
France
29 Jan 2016
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New French Regulatory Framework For Drones Provides More Flexibility, Safety
In response to market growth evolution in the use of civil unmanned aircraft, or drones, on December 24, 2015, the French Ministry of Environment published two new Ministerial Decisions regulating the use of drones.
France
13 Jan 2016
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First-Ever Class Action Filed In France
On October 1, 2014, the French accredited consumer association UFC–Que Choisir filed the first class action (action de groupe) in France.
France
23 Oct 2014
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European Commission Revises Guidelines On State Aid To Airports And Airlines
The European Commission released revised Guidelines for the assessment of State aid to airports and airlines on February 20, 2014.
European Union
27 Feb 2014
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French Blocking Statute: A Death Foretold?
Originally enacted in response to a U.S. antitrust investigation into French shipping companies, the French Blocking Statute may soon live its last days.
United States
12 Feb 2014
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Air France Concorde Crash—Ten Years Later
A discussion on the implications affecting the civil aviation industry, following the Concorde crash.
France
27 Feb 2013
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