The hearing of the UK Government’s appeal against the High Court’s recent decision that Article 50 cannot be triggered without Parliamentary approval is due to commence on December 5.
Brexit: employment law
Posted in Employment and labour
On November 10, 2016, Parliament published a Briefing Paper setting out the Government’s position in relation to employment rights of workers following the UK’s exit from the EU.
UK sanctions and export controls: impact of Brexit?
Brexit: Impact and opportunities for Africa
Brexit and financial services: 10 things you should know (Part III)
The briefing note looks at recent developments and considers the key issue of equivalence.
Signed, sealed and in the mail: What CETA’s signature means for transatlantic trade
Posted in WTO and international trade
High Court rules on Article 50 challenge
Posted in UK and EU legal framework
The High Court has ruled that Article 50 cannot be triggered by the UK Government without the approval of Parliament.
Brexit, choice of law, jurisdiction and enforcement
Charlotte Winter, a Partner in our London office and Professor Harris QC, a barrister practising at Serle Court chambers discuss the impact of Brexit on choice of law, jurisdiction and enforcement.
Devolution once again part of the discussion
Posted in Devolution
Over the past two weeks, the issue of devolution has once again featured in the Brexit debate.
Brexit and financial services: 10 things you should know (Part II)
We take a look at some of the key themes that the industry is considering.