• The first CoJEF II activity would be to organise four training seminars within the two year project period, to exchange best practices and train consumer organisations. The seminars will centre on four subject areas, such as telecommunications; financial services; misleading claims; online markets. On a case-by-case basis, the seminars will be supported by academic research, analysing the grounds for a common European law approach and possible differencies in national substantive or procedural laws which can influence an enforcement strategy.
  • The second project activity will be a policy debate on how the Rome I and Brussels I Regulations apply to consumer protection cases. The policy debate will gather practicing consumer law experts, judges, private international law specialists and academics. The third project activity will be to collect, prepare and publish material for the Knowledge Platform. This will be carried out as a joint effort among all partners and academic advisers.