Decoding the Government’s Plan for Brexit: Judicial Cooperation – Part 2
The future role of the CJEU is one of the most intractable problems in the Brexit negotiation.
Does Brexit expose the UK to claims from foreign investors?
Matthew Buckle, a Senior Associate in London, questions whether regulatory changes following Brexit might expose the UK to claims from foreign investors and, if so, what hurdles such claims might face.
A transitional period will not solve the Brexit puzzle
The fourth round of Brexit negotiations is about to start and the UK wants to move to the next phase to focus on the terms of the new relationship.
Theresa May delivers Brexit speech in Florence
Theresa May has today delivered an important speech on Brexit. Following limited progress, the Prime Minister’s speech marks an attempt to try to break the deadlock in negotiations between the UK and the EU.
Decoding the Government’s Plan for Brexit: Judicial Cooperation – Part 1
The UK Government’s Future Partnership Paper on Providing a cross-border civil judicial cooperation framework contains little to disagree with.
FMLC letter to Ministry of Justice concerning the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill 2017
The Financial Markets Law Committee (FMLC) has published a letter that draws attention to certain issues of legal uncertainty arising out of clause 3 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill 2017 (the Bill).
Alphabet soup: explaining the different arbitration mechanisms proposed by the UK Government for resolving UK-EU disputes
On August 23, the UK Government published a negotiating paper setting out various options for the dispute resolution mechanisms in (and the enforcement of) future bilateral agreements with the EU.
UK data protection after Brexit – UK Government statement of intent contains few surprises
On the August 7, the UK’s Government Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport issued a Statement of Intent outlining its planned reforms of the UK’s data protection laws.
Brexit, the European Common Aviation Area (ECAA) and the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)
One of the outcomes that the UK Government has repeatedly insisted needs to be a consequence of the Brexit negotiations is that they will bring an end to the jurisdiction of the CJEU in the UK.
UK Government’s future partnership paper on enforcement and dispute resolution mechanisms for UK-EU agreements
The UK Government has published its future partnership paper on post-Brexit options for enforcement and dispute resolution for UK-EU agreements.