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Class Action Law Arriving in Hungary

Kevin LaCroix at the D & O Diary blog included this recent brief post mentioning class action law arriving in Hungary. The post states:

"Class Act on the Danube: Here at The D&O Diary, we scour the globe looking of interest for our readers. By way of example, we refer readers to the article that appeared in the March 8, 2010 issue of the Budapest Business Journal (here), in which it is reported that "a revision to the standing civil code will shortly introduce class action lawsuits to the Hungarian legal system and already has a number of nongovernmental interest groups revving up to start the proceedings."

The prospects for class litigation outside the U.S. apparently continue to spread. Everyone here will remain vigilant."

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