The draft Withdrawal Agreement takes a generous approach to continuing cooperation in governing law, jurisdiction and enforcement.
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The Service of Documents and Taking of Evidence in Civil and Commercial Matters (Revocation and Saving Provisions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018
The UK Government has published a draft statutory instrument which would revoke two important pieces of EU-derived legislation in relation to dispute resolution.
The UK Government’s ‘no deal’ Brexit papers: the impact on civil litigation and the Hague Convention option
The UK Government’s second batch of papers on how businesses and individuals should prepare for a ‘no deal’ Brexit includes a note on handling civil legal disputes that involve EU countries.
Resolving EU-UK disputes post-Brexit
The UK Government’s Brexit White Paper – a focus on judicial cooperation
The UK Government’s Brexit White Paper provides some detail as to the UK’s aspirations for judicial cooperation post-Brexit.
Dispute resolution post-Brexit – various options but still no agreement
The future of UK-EU dispute resolution remains unresolved. Once the UK leaves the EU and becomes a third country, what mechanisms will or should exist to resolve disputes between the UK and the EU?
The draft withdrawal treaty and judicial co-operation
European Parliament report addresses judicial cooperation post-Brexit
The European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs has published a Report.
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.