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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

JOTWELL: Tidmarsh on Hodges & Voet on collective redress

The new Courts Law essay comes form Jay Tidmarsh (Notre Dame), reviewing Christopher Hodges & Stefaan Vogt, Delivering Collective Redress: New Technologies (Hart 2018), which explores the European search for alternative approaches to collective litigation and redress.

Posted by Howard Wasserman on February 12, 2019 at 09:53 AM in Article Spotlight, Books, Civil Procedure | Permalink


Excellent related post .Pretty complicated and acute issue indeed . But we couldn't understand(from the post at least) what about appeal or judicial review in cases of such preferable methods on the author of the related book (ombudsman and regulatory approach).For finally, only traditional courts, and professional judges, can provide comprehensive legal review and integrated approach for solving disputes. Consumers Vs. big firms and corporations is one thing, but, litigation, legal review,legality, evidence, procedure, due process etc....this is vastly, different animal, big time different.


Posted by: El roam | Feb 12, 2019 10:39:40 AM

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