In this second volume, you will find a commentary on the litigation funding reform in Australia and a discussion on bundling of claims by way of assignment in Germany; the Journal also zooms into the class actions regime in Portugal and considers the attempts of Spanish courts to quantify damages. This is followed by an analysis of the recent Lloyd v Google judgment of the UK Supreme Court and an examination of the key messages from the CJEU's RH v AB Volvo decision. As always, the edition is concluded by country reports discussing the key developments in the area of collective redress throughout Europe, including in Belgium.

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