Senior Partner David Greene is to chair a discussion on the topic of ‘Managing class and group actions: a roadmap for success‘ and ‘Deal or no deal: civil litigation and Brexit‘ at CDR’s Autumn Litigation Symposium 2018 on Thursday 20 September.
Managing class and group actions: a roadmap for success
This session looks at key developing issues in class and group actions – including actions by representative bodies, developments in court procedures, time limits, as well as potential remedies, while also assessing possible forum shopping restrictions, costs and damages, including the development of such actions as a profit centre, for corporates, as well as the implications of funding, on an international and regional basis.
Deal or no deal: civil litigation and Brexit
This session will summarise the most recent developments regarding Brexit, and what the implications might mean for commercial litigation lawyers, including on the UK’s substantive legal regimes in relation to future civil justice coordination, enforcement of judgments, service of proceedings and cooperation in cross-border litigation after Britain leaves the European Union?
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