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Part I Collective Redress Mechanisms in a Comparative Perspective, 1 Class Actions and Collective Actions »

Diego Corapi
From: Extraterritoriality and Collective Redress
Edited By: Duncan Fairgrieve, Eva Lein
1.01 In our world of complex societies, where people interact daily with other anonymous people, where products and services are provided in massive standardized series by large organizations, where the financing of different economic activities is made through impersonal networks, where citizens in their daily lives are at times consumers, users, and investors, subject to the same kind of opportunities and of risks, conflicts arising from their interactions are required to be resolved by new mechanisms which differ from traditional administrative or judicial...