Theo Huckle, ‘Brexit for employer’s liability lawyers: the story so far’

INTRODUCTION
The Covid-19 crisis is a global threat, but also a major distraction from our previous obsession with Withdrawal from the EU. However, as of 11.00pm on 31 January 2020, the UK is no longer an EU Member State, and as the agreed 2020 transition period progresses – and we are a quarter through it already – it is perhaps a good time to take stock and remind practitioners of the ways in which practice will be affected by EU withdrawal. Many of the matters dealt with here will be general to PI practice, but my focus is on the implications for practice in the field of employer’s liability (‘EL’), this being the area where there has perhaps been the most sustained intervention by, or lead given from, the EU and the ECJ, in the development of statutory regulation and its interpretation …

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Theo Huckle, ‘Brexit for employer’s liability lawyers: the story so far’ [2020] Journal of Personal Injury Law (2) 77-92.

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