Opt In v. Opt Out v. Mixed Systems: a Defense of Opt Out as a Model for Collective Actions

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Opt In v. Opt Out v. Mixed Systems: a Defense of Opt Out as a Model for Collective Actions

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Research focuses on the study of opt in, opt out and other mixed systems as models to collective redress around the world, especially in America and in Europe, analyzing how do they work in class actions and in mechanism for solving collective suits.

Visiting Scholar

Doctorate in Law in 2013, and Master’s degree in Law in 2012, at the Estacio de Sa University - College of Law, Rio de Janeiro, (Brazil). Bachelor’s Degree in Law, in 2010, from the Rio de Janeiro Stadual University, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).

Visiting Scholar Term of Stay

From October 18, 2015 to October 28, 2015

Workshop Date

2015

Keywords

Class actions, Effectiviness, Opt In, Opt Out

Disciplines

Comparative and Foreign Law | Law

Opt In v. Opt Out v. Mixed Systems: a Defense of Opt Out as a Model for Collective Actions

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