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EU Collective Redress for victims of corporate harm

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Collective Redress (otherwise known as class-action) is a crucial access to justice tool for all victims of mass corporate harm situations, as it enables them to bring their claims together against a common defendant.

This significantly reduces major access to justice barriers typically faced by individuals, in particular the prohibitively high costs associated with litigating against well-resourced corporations. Collective redress should be available for all situations where mass violations of human and fundamental rights have occured, including those associated with the environment, labour, anti-discrimination, privacy; as well as consumer and competition matters.

ECCJ is currently advocating for collective redress across the EU, and in particular for an EU directive which grants those who have suffered from corporate harm the right to bring their claims together as a means to obtaining effective remedy.

Find the full position paper downloadable above, as well as the following press article.
 

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