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European Consumer Access to Justice Revisited takes into account both procedural and substantive law questions in order to give the term 'access to justice' an enhanced meaning. Specifically, it analyses developments and recent trends in EU consumer law and aims to evaluate their potential for increasing consumer confidence in the cross-border market. Via a critical assessment of the advantages and disadvantages of the means initiated at the EU level, the author highlights possible detriments to the cross-border business-to-consumer (B2C) market. To remedy this, he introduces an alternative method of creating a legal framework that facilitates B2C transactions in the EU – 'access to justice 2.0'.Read more
- Proposes a new view of consumer access to justice which combines different understandings of justice
- Takes an holistic approach towards enhancing EU consumer law by combining procedural law and substantive law ideas in order to arrive at the most suitable mix for improving consumer confidence in the internal market
- Discusses consumer access to justice dynamically by analysing both older and recent approaches and developing the most effective means
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- Date Published: November 2014
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781316191507
- contains: 6 tables
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
Part I. Setting the Stage: Access to Justice 2.0:
1. At the very outset
2. Access to justice 2.0: breaking it into pieces
Part II. Procedural Law: The Traditional Pillar of Access to Justice 2.0:
3. A brief outline of the developments at the pan-EU level
4. Prime examples
5. Compensatory collective redress: the next step?
6. Where to go from here?
Part III. Substantive Law: Complementing Access to Justice 2.0:
7. Widening the scope of the value-oriented justice discussion
8. Substantive consumer law-making in the course of time
9. Recent trends and developments
10. The common European sales law
11. Summarising comments on the defragmentation of substantive consumer laws in the context of the CRD and the CESL
Part IV. Consumer Access to Justice 2.0: A Multidimensional Framework:
12. From the current state of consumer law to consumer access to justice 2.0
13. The justice debate and consumer legislation
14. (Responses to) counter-arguments to third-party intervention
15. Consumer empowerment
16. Lessons to be drawn.
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