DIKE team has just published on SCAN II website https://scan2.vub.be the ‘Comparative and Analytical Study of Best Practices’ for the National Enforcement Rules of the ESCP Judgments in Member States.
The main objective of this report is to gain profound insights as to national enforcement rules of the ESCP judgements in the 26 EU Member States. The collected data by the SCAN II Consortium is used to conduct the Comparative and Analytical Study to identify the best practices in ESCP judgments enforcement procedures, supporting the Roadmap for EU Enforcement Rules on ESCP Judgments.
Within the scope of the Comparative and Analytical Study, the Consortium verifies the use of the ESCP procedure; its enforcement and identifies the types of issues encountered at enforcement level; compares national experiences and checks whether the application of the ESCP enforcement rules is uniform throughout the EU. Besides, the comprehensive, systematic, and beneficial Roadmap of the ESCP enforcement rules of the 26 Member States is created for end-users (i.e., consumers and SMEs) and categories of stakeholders involved in the ESCP enforcement procedures at national levels.
A special thanks goes to Marco Giacalone, Project Coordinator of the SCAN II project, together with Paola Giacalone and Sajedeh Salehi (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), the Vilniaus Universitetas team, who led this deliverable (Rimantas Simaitis, Vigita Vebraite and Milda Markeviciute) and the entire Consortium for providing the relevant data.
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