Véronique Magnier

University Paris Sud
Professor of Law

PhD in Law and Sciences Po Paris, Véronique Magnier is Professor of Law at Paris XI Law School, and Responsible for the Master’s degree in Corporate law and Securities Regulation. She teaches also at Paris II University, and Sciences Po Paris ; she is the Scientific Director of The Dalloz Encyclopaedia for Corporate Law. She has written books and articles in the areas of corporate Law, European and comparative law, and Constitutional Civil Procedure. Her most recent publications include "Would introducing Securities Class actions in France be appropriate ?" (PUF, 2005), "What is at stake if Class Actions are introduced in France ?" (vol. 73, Defense Counsel Journal, July 2006) ; She was Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University (1996- 1998).

Auteurs associés

Paul Hastings (Brussels)
French Competition Authority (Paris)
French National Assembly (Paris)
MEDEF
University Paris II Panthéon‑Assas
Microsoft (Tokyo)
StrataScale (San Francisco)
CLCV

Articles

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Bruno Deffains, Emmanuel Combe, Joelle Simon, Joy Fuyuno, Kevin C. McCann, Luc Chatel, Pierre Kirch, Reine-Claude Mader Saussaye, Véronique Magnier Vers une action de groupe... à la française

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L’introduction d’une action de groupe en droit interne de la concurrence et de la consommation est un sujet débattu depuis plus de 20 ans en France. L’heure serait-elle venue en 2008 ? C’est ce que semble indiquer les six contributions réunies pour ce dossier. Le secrétaire d’Etat chargé de (...)

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