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Additional materials and updated reports will be added on a continuing basis. If you would like to contribute material to post on the Global Class Actions Exchange, please contact Professor Deborah Hensler at dhensler@stanford.edu.

Country reports

An Overview of Class Actions in Argentina

Francisco Verbic (National University of La Plata Faculty of Law and Social Sciences) sent us an update on the state of class actions in Argentina.

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Class Actions in New Zealand

Liesle Theron (Meredith Connell) provided us with an update about class action developments in New Zealand.

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Class Action Developments in France

Alexandre Biard (Avocat admitted to the Paris Bar, affiliated researcher at Erasmus University School of Law) sent us a note about the recent class action developments in France.

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Class Action Developments in Europe

Prof Stefaan Voet (KU Leuven) sent us a brief overview of the recent class action developments in Europe, with particular attention to the 2013 EC Recommendation on common principles for injunctive and compensatory collective redress mechanisms.

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Class Actions in Belgium

Prof Stefaan Voet (KU Leuven) provided us with an overview of Belgium's new 2014 class action regime.

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New Thai Class Action Law

Arm Tungnirun (Faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University) sent us a note about the new Thai class action law.

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Class Actions in Colombia

Everaldo Lamprea (Universidad de Los Andes) provided us with an update on the status of class actions in Colombia.

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Update on Polish Class Actions

Magdalena Tulibacka (adjunct professor Emory Law School and associate research fellow Centre for Socio-Legal Studies University of Oxford) sent us an elaborate update on the status of class actions in Poland.

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Class Actions in South Africa

Theo Broodryk (University of Stellenbosch) provided us with an overview of the current status of class actions in South Africa

Update on Mexican Class Actions

Prof Juan Carlos Marin Gonzalez (Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico (ITAM)) and Rolando Garcia Miron (JSC Candidate Stanford Law School) sent us an update of the new Mexican class action regime.

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