The monograph focuses on current issues and refers to the latest EU directives and Polish law on consumer protection. The Authors provide legal analyses not only of system-wide issues, but also examine specific legal acts and regulatory approaches currently in force in markets of foremost concern to consumers, i.e. foodstuffs, tourism services, and financial services. As a result, the reader has an opportunity to gain valuable insight into both private law and public law system of consumer protection in Poland as compared to the European Union law.
(...) The monograph provides an important and critical voice in the debate on key legal institutions and structures inextricably linked to consumer protection (...).
Prof. Maria Królikowska Olczak, University of Łódź