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Statement from Lisa A. Rickard, president of the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, on passage of a collective redress proposal out of the European Parliament Legal Affairs Committee (JURI)

“A new collective action directive will create a whole new world of litigation in Europe and it is crucial that EU lawmakers get it right the first time.

“The new directive must be for the benefit of European consumers and not import the abuses of the U.S. class action system, which primarily benefits lawyers and profit-seeking third-party investors in lawsuits.

“The European Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee report is poorly written and lacks clear safeguards to

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U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform | October 24, 2018

Keynote Luncheon:  Perspectives from the World’s First Digital Human

Rachel, the World’s First Digital Human and Richard Darden, Distinguished Engineer
Watson Implementations Public Sector Global Delivery, IBM

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