The United Kingdom’s Office of Fair Trading has urged the British government to re-think legislation regarding class actions in the U.K., calling for a greater degree of private enforcement in a report published Monday.
In the report — which was unveiled after a six-month consultation with businesses, consumer groups and law firms — the OFT recommended “strengthening the private actions regime.”
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