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A good forum to shop in: London and English law post-Brexit – Speech by Lord Justice Gross – 1 November 2017

On November 1, 2017, Lord Justice Gross delivered a speech at the 35th Annual Donald O’may Maritime Law Lecture in London on the role of London and English Law in international dispute resolution after Brexit. In his word: “London and English Law are world leaders in international dispute resolution. This is one of those areas where the United Kingdom […]

EU Commision Position paper on Intellectual property rights after Brexit

On 6 September 2017, the EU Commission (Task Force for the Preparation and Conduct of the Negotiations with the United Kingdom under Article 50 TEU) has transmitted to EU27 a Position paper on Intellectual property rights after Brexit, for discussion at the Council Working party (Art. 50) of 7 September 2017. The paper contains the main principles of the EU position […]

Brexit: A comparison between the EU and the UK policy papers on their positions on judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters –

Simon Jones, Partner at Clifford Chance, London (Practice area Litigation & Dispute Resolution) has published a client briefing “BREXIT: The way forward for applicable law and civil jurisdiction and judgments?”, making a comparison between both the EU and the UK papers, which offers a hint as to what a withdrawal deal might look like regarding these […]

United Kingdom’s position on cross-border civil judicial cooperation in the future partnership – 22 August 2017

On 22 August 2017, the UK Department for Exiting the European Union, has published  a policy paper providing a cross-border civil judicial cooperation framework, as part of the negotiations with the EU on Brexit. As the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, the Government will seek a deep and special partnership with the EU. Within this partnership, cross-border […]

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