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The Status of Public and Private Enforcement of Law in the EU: Innovation and Transformation

Chris Hodges and Ying Yu
Publication date: 
Fri, 5 Sep 2014

This report examines the significant changes to the European legal system in recent years – including the increasing role of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), Consumer ADR (CDR), ombudsmen, and regulatory redress as alternatives to litigation and collective actions  and assesses to what degree these approaches could be adopted in China.