The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) does not address jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments in civil proceedings.
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Free Trade Agreement negotiations continue in the post-Brexit world, with arbitration the envisaged dispute resolution process
Preparing for a no-deal Brexit: jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments
The EU Commission has published a communication, which addresses the effect of a no deal Brexit in relation to issues of jurisdiction and enforcement in civil and commercial matters.
The draft Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019
The draft Law Applicable to Contractual Obligations and Non-contractual Obligations (Amendment Etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018
The UK Government has published a draft statutory instrument under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018, which will incorporate the Rome I and Rome II Regulations into domestic law.
The draft Withdrawal Agreement: governing law, jurisdiction and enforcement
The draft Withdrawal Agreement takes a generous approach to continuing cooperation in governing law, jurisdiction and enforcement.
The draft 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.