Product Safety and Liability Law in Japan: From Minamata to Mad Cows

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Abbreviations

A 2d

Atlantic Reporter Second Series

AC

Appeal Cases (UK)

ACCC

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

ADCIL

Automobile Damage Compensation Indemnification Law

ADR

Alternative Dispute Resolution

AIIL

Automobile Injuries Indemnification Law

ALI

American Law Institute

ALRC

Australian Law Reform Commission

All E.R.

All England Law Reports

APLR

Australian Product Liability Reporter

ATPR

Australian Trade Practices Reports

BL

Better Living (scheme)

BMLR

Butterworths Medico-Legal Reports

BSE

Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy ('mad cow disease')

Cal Rptr (2d)

California Reporter (Second Series)

CC

Civil Code

CCAAC

Commonwealth Consumer Affairs Advisory Council

CCP

Code of Civil Procedure

CEO

Chief Executive Officer

CLC

Consumer Lifestyle Centre

COM

European Commission (official document)

CPA

Consumer Protection Act 1987

Cth

Commonwealth (of Australia)

DES

Diethylstilbestrol (drug)

E coli

Escherichia coli (bacteria)

EEC

European Economic Community

EC

European Community (successor to the EEC, since 1993)

EC Directive

Council Directive of 25 July 1985 on the Approximation of the Laws, Regulations and Administrative Provisions of the Member States Concerning Liability for Defective Products (85/374/EEC)

ECJ

European Court of Justice

ECR

European Court Reports

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