EU-derived laws after Brexit: Focusing on the CRR and CRD IV
Brexit - webinar briefing
To assist your business with the initial response to Brexit, we joined forces with the Australian British Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) and HSBC to present a live briefing on Thursday 30 June.
Will the vote for Brexit trigger material adverse change clauses?
Could Scotland block Brexit?
Following calls for a further referendum on Scottish independence in light of the vote to leave the European Union, a question has arisen as to whether the Scottish Parliament could block the UK’s departure.
How will Brexit affect litigation in the English courts?
Parties across the world regularly choose the English courts to resolve international disputes. English courts have a reputation for consistency, honesty, transparency and technical knowledge.
What constitutes “notice” for the purpose of Article 50?
There has been some debate following the referendum result on Friday June 24 as to what constitutes “notice” by the UK under Article 50 of the TEU to trigger the formal legal process for withdrawal from the EU.
What is the constitutional debate about notice?
What does the leave vote mean for financial services firms?
The UK has voted to leave the EU. Jonathan Herbst discusses what the leave votes means in practice to you as a GC or as senior management in a regulated firm?
What next for devolution?
Immediately following the result of the EU referendum, there were calls from the Scottish National Party for another referendum on Scottish independence as 62 per cent of voters in Scotland voted to remain.
What happens next?
Following a vote to leave and in order to start the formal legal process the UK government will need to notify the European Council of the UK’s intention to withdraw from the EU.