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.
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.
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 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.
UK Government’s future partnership paper on cross-border civil judicial cooperation with the EU
The UK Government published yesterday its future partnership paper on cross-border civil judicial cooperation with the EU after Brexit.
What impact could Brexit have on protections available to foreign direct investors?
One of the many questions raised by the UK’s pending withdrawal from the EU is what impact Brexit will have on protections afforded to foreign direct investments in the UK and overseas.
Why Brexit is unlikely to have any impact on London’s status as a popular seat of arbitration
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.