The Emrek vs Sabranovic case

an economic analysis of the consumer’s jurisdiction rule for the European Union

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  • José Borges Teixeira Júnior Federal University of Espírito Santo

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Civil Procedure, EU civil procedure, Consumer’s choice, Economic analysis of law, Economic analysis of procedure

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The paternalism of the procedural law can have unthinkable results. This paper address exactly to this topic, analyzing a ruling made by the European Court of Justice regarding the competence of a EU country to adjudicate a case between two parties, the consumer and the company, in which the said objective of the adjudication as it was made was to protect the consumers. This paper tries to show how it could go wrong, by deriving a model of the behavior of companies and consumers after the ruling was made.

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José Borges Teixeira Júnior, Federal University of Espírito Santo

Master of Laws candidate by the Federal University of Espírito Santo. Master of Laws candidate by the Steinbeis-Berlim School of International Business and Entrepreneurship. Member of the Brazilian Association of Law and Economics. State Judge.

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2019-04-15

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TEIXEIRA JÚNIOR, J. B. The Emrek vs Sabranovic case: an economic analysis of the consumer’s jurisdiction rule for the European Union. Civil Procedure Review, [S. l.], v. 10, n. 1, p. 89–110, 2019. Disponível em: https://civilprocedurereview.com/revista/article/view/186. Acesso em: 15 jun. 2024.

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