Konsument in der EU – Neue Herausforderungen und Perspektiven

The list of statutes which make up the Polish consumer protection law is very long. Although this area of regulation resembles a mosaic, the common denominator of those laws can be found in the Constitution of Poland of 2 April 1997 (see text: Sejm). The legal significance of the relevant provisions in the Constitution is reflected by numerous highly important rulings of the Constitutional Tribunal. That was the topic of the speech entitled “Verbraucherschutz und Verfassung – polnische Perspektive” which Dr Nestoruk delivered at a Polish and German Academic Seminar “Konsument in der EU – Neue Herausforderungen und Perspektiven” held on 22-25 April 2015 at the Faculty of Law and Administration of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. The seminar was devoted to the current problems of, broadly, the consumer protection law, such as the regulation of cross-border e-commerce, personal data protection, privacy or sectoral issues (power industry, telecommunications, public transport). The working language of the seminar was German.


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