Monthly Archives: June 2018

Agreement reached in principle on Brexit transitional provisions for jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments

The post below was first published on our Litigation blog On 19 June, the UK and EU negotiators published a joint statement outlining the progress made on the draft Withdrawal Agreement since it was last published in March 2018. The … Continue reading

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Joint Statement on the progress made on the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement negotiations published

The UK and the EU published their Joint statement on Withdrawal Agreement of 19 June 2018 outlining the progress made by the negotiators of the European Union and the United Kingdom on the draft Withdrawal Agreement since its latest publication … Continue reading

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THE BREXIT NEGOTIATIONS – THE VIEW FROM BRUSSELS ON DEVELOPMENTS IN June 2018

The Brexit debate often looks different when viewed from Brussels rather than from London. That Brussels perspective however is important for businesses to keep in mind and therefore we publish a monthly view from our Brussels office on recent developments … Continue reading

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UK publishes framework for UK-EU partnership on civil judicial cooperation

The post below was first published on our Litigation blog On 13 June, the UK government published a presentation setting out its proposals for continued judicial cooperation once the UK leaves the EU. The presentation is part of a series produced by … Continue reading

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The House of Lords European Union Committee published a report on the future UK-EU relationship

On 8 June 2018, The House of Lords European Union Committee published its report ‘UK-EU relations after Brexit’. The paper looks into the UK joining the European Free Trade Association, participating in the customs union, forming a customs partnership or … Continue reading

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UK “backstop” proposal for Irish border customs arrangements

This document has been produced by the UK negotiating team for discussion with the EU. It sets out the UK’s proposal for the customs element of a so called “backstop” arrangement to satisfy its commitments in relation to Northern Ireland. … Continue reading

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