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.
Theo Broodryk (University of Stellenbosch) provided us with an overview of the current status of class actions in South Africa
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.
Agustin Barroilhet (University of Chile Law School) sent us an elaborate update of the status of class actions in Chile.
Sujin Lee provided us with a country report about class actions in South Korea, including an overview of the cases brought to date.
Zygimantas Juska sent us an overview of the current status of class actions in Lithuania.
Shintaro Shiba (Sony Corporation) provided us with a brief overview of the new 2013 class action regime in Japan.
Prof. Remo Caponi from the University of Florence School of Law has sent us an update on Italian consumer class actions.
An embarrassment of riches today on developments regarding Italian class actions. Prof. Elisabetta Silvestri, of the University of Pavia, shares a paper on the cultural dimensions of group litigation and Giulia Principe, who visited Stanford Law School last year, contributes a paper detailing the success -- or lack thereof -- of recent class actions.
Our friends Magdalena Tulibacka and Radoslaw Goral send this description of developments in Poland. Since its inception a little more than a year ago, some 40 class actions have been filed in Poland, virtually all against public entities.