Monthly Archives: December 2018

41ST FA MANN LECTURE: THE RT HON DOMINIC GRIEVE QC MP SPEECH “BREXIT- ENDGAME OF INTERNATIONAL ENGAGEMENT OR A NEW START?”

On 22 November the 41st FA Mann Lecture was delivered by the Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP, speaking on the issue: “Brexit – endgame of international engagement or a new start?”  In the Lecture Mr Grieve observed that while … Continue reading

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ADVOCATE GENERAL OPINION ON UNILATERAL REVOCATION OF ARTICLE 50 NOTICE

Advocate General Campos Sánchez-Bordona has advised that Article 50 of the Treaty of the European Union (“TEU“) allows for the unilateral revocation of the notification of the intention to withdraw from the EU, meaning that the UK should be able … Continue reading

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DANIEL FINKELSTEIN SHARES HIS THOUGHTS AND LATEST POLL RESULTS

On our 28 November 2018 Brexit webinar, we were delighted to be joined by Daniel Finkelstein OBE to share with us his thoughts on the current status of the Brexit negotiations.  Daniel is an Associate Editor and weekly columnist for … Continue reading

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NEW PODCAST AVAILABLE: GROUP STRUCTURES AND POTENTIAL LOSS OF LIMITED LIABILITY STATUS (THE ‘REAL SEAT’ PRINCIPLE)

In the latest update to our Brexit series on the Herbert Smith Freehills Podcast channel Sarah Hawes and Antonia Kirby from our London office are joined by Dr Christoph Nawroth from our Dusseldorf office to discuss the impact the loss of freedom of establishment … Continue reading

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