Monthly Archives: September 2018

Brexit “no deal” notice on jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments

The post below was first published on our Litigation blog As part of its second batch of “no deal” technical notices, the government has published on 14 September 2018 a guidance notice entitled: Handling civil legal cases that involve EU countries if … Continue reading

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SECOND BATCH OF UK GOVERNMENT’S BREXIT ‘NO DEAL’ TECHNICAL NOTICES RELEASED

Today, the UK Government released the second of three batches of technical notices about the impact of a “no deal” scenario at the end of March 2019. These are available here. This second batch is of 28 and includes notices … Continue reading

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The View From Brussels – September 2018: the relevance of WTO arguments in the negotiations on the future relationship

This issue of ‘The View from Brussels’ focuses on the relevance of WTO arguments in the negotiations. The UK has so far not deployed any serious arguments based on the obligations and constraints faced by the EU as a member … Continue reading

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New Podcast – English Governing Law and Jurisdiction Clauses after Brexit

On the new Herbert Smith Freehills Podcast channel, Anna Pertoldi, Maura McIntosh and Tom Henderson discuss what businesses need to know about the impact of Brexit on their continued use of English governing law clauses and English jurisdiction clauses in … Continue reading

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