The following research offers valuable insights on the latest trends in collective redress litigation and the tactics and strategies litigation funders and entrepreneurial plaintiffs' firms are using to expand their business models and bring more lawsuits in European courts. The research also offers recommendations for reforms to stop the spread of U.S.-style class actions abroad. Below is also a public opinion poll of over 5,000 European consumers. The data shows that consumers do not want the European Commission to introduce a collective redress system without safeguards in place.

  • Analysis of TPLF Funding in European Collective Redress

    This research paper details the spread of third party litigation funding (TPLF) in the EU and around the world, and breaks down how regulators in a number of countries are grappling with the challenge that the industry poses for the transparency and integrity of their civil justice systems. The research also urges EU legislators to take up several specific reforms to protect consumers and businesses.

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