Professor Susanne Augenhofer (University of Innsbruck - Institute of Business and Tax Law) will give a talk on "The Representative Actions Directive for the protection of the collective interests of consumers - one step forward, two steps back?". 
 
The talk will be held on Wednesday, 27/10 (week 3), at 1pm - 2pm (UK time). 
 
This event is open to everyone and will be a hybrid event. For those of you based in Oxford, please join us at Brasenose College (Platnauer Room – the Porters will direct you). Alternatively, you can join us online via Teams. To register for the event to attend online, please use the following link:
 
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You will then receive the Teams link on the day of the seminar.
 
If you want to come in person there is no need to register – just show up!  
 
All our seminars are preceded by a light sandwich lunch from 12.30 – 13.00, offered to you by the Discussion Group.