Monthly Archives: November 2016

Trade Post-Brexit: What would a hard Brexit mean for international trade?

The post below was first published on our PIL blog The UK’s vote to leave the EU brings with it the possibility of so-called ‘hard Brexit’. Business needs to understand what Britain leaving the EU without a smooth transition to a … Continue reading

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Air Quality update

The post below was first published on our UK Real Estate Development blog Authors: Julie Vaughan, Senior Associate, Environment and Helena Thompson, Associate, Planning and Environment, London This blog gives an overview of the current position on air quality following the … Continue reading

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BREXIT – IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS

The UK’s pending exit from the European Union has led some to question whether its status as a leading global dispute resolution center could be affected, an issue particularly relevant to the international firms that call it home and the … Continue reading

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GOVERNMENT LOSES ROUND ONE OF BREXIT LEGAL CHALLENGE AS HIGH COURT RULES THAT THE APPROVAL OF PARLIAMENT IS REQUIRED TO TRIGGER ARTICLE 50

The post below was first published on our Litigation blog In a landmark constitutional law ruling, the High Court yesterday ruled that the UK Government cannot trigger Article 50 without the approval of Parliament: R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting … Continue reading

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Government loses round one of legal Brexit challenge

High Court rules that the approval of parliament is required to trigger Article 50. In a landmark constitutional law ruling (R(Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the EU) the High Court today held that the UK Government cannot trigger Article … Continue reading

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