Class Actions in Russia


https://doi.org/10.17589/2309-8678-2013-1-1-57-65

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Abstract

The article deals with the issues specific to Russia’s system of class actions. The author of the article on the institution of class actions has taken in consideration the social and legal prerequisites for adopting such an institution as well as international best practices. Particular attention has been paid to the goals of class actions, such as forming a group, representing the interests of a group, financing a class action, as well as permissible limits to a class action.

About the Author

Dmitry Magonya
Managing Partner for ART DE LEX Law Firm
Russian Federation
Managing Partner for Art de Lex Law Firm (Bld 1, 4/17 Pokrovsky Blvd, Moscow, 101000, Russia).


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For citation: Magonya D. Class Actions in Russia. Russian Law Journal. 2013;1(1):57-65. https://doi.org/10.17589/2309-8678-2013-1-1-57-65

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