‘Brexit – Immediate Consequences on the London Judicial Market’

“One of the major misunderstandings of the Brexit is that it won’t influence London’s importance as a major place of dispute resolution in Europe. Up until now, the adverse consequences of leaving the European Judicial Area have been insufficiently discussed. A first seminar organized by the British Institute for International and Comparative Law and the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law in May illustrated that the adverse legal consequences will start immediately, even within the transitional period of two years foreseen by Article 50 of the EU Treaty …” (more)

[Burkhard Hess and Marta Requejo-Isidro, Conflict of Laws .net, 24 June]

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