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Germany’s "Corporate Sanctions Act": The Path to Corporate Criminal Liability

Germany - September 13 2019 On August 22, 2019, the German Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection presented the draft Corporate Sanctions Act ("CSA"), a bill that would…

Dr. Johannes Zöttl, Dr. Martin Kock, Johannes Perlitt.

Muddy Road Ahead Part II: Liability Legislation for Autonomous Vehicles in the United Kingdom

United Kingdom - September 21 2018 The United Kingdom is positioning itself as the "go to" location to develop, test, and drive automated vehicles, but questions remain…

Dorothée Weber-Bruls, Rhys Thomas, Sarah Batley.

EU Class Actions in the Making

European Union - June 11 2018 Currently, European law provides only for representative actions to stop or prohibit infringements of EU consumer law, but not for collective redress…

Dr. Christian B. Fulda, Dr. Dieter Strubenhoff, Eileen Lagathu, Lamberto Schiona, Ozan Akyurek.

Italy to Overhaul Class Actions

European Union, Italy - July 8 2019 The Situation: Under the new Italian framework, class actions will no longer be limited to consumer protection matters, and collective redress may be…

Dr. Christian B. Fulda, Lamberto Schiona, Margherita Farina.

Muddy Road Ahead: European Liability Legislation Remains Unclear for Autonomous Vehicles

United Kingdom - August 23 2018 The German Road Traffic Act was recently adapted but remains unsatisfactory because it still does not govern level 5 cars, which is a hindrance to…

Dorothée Weber-Bruls, Ozan Akyurek, Vanessa Foncke.