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This Practice Note considers the anticipated actual and potential legal and practical consequences of the UK leaving the EU (Brexit) for arbitration law and practice in England and Wales (England and English are used as a convenient shorthand).
As considered in greater detail below, in summary the legal and practical impact of Brexit on arbitration law and practice in England is likely to be minimal with few, if any, adverse consequences for practitioners and London as a/the leading seat of international arbitration globally.
While the precise nature and terms of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU have yet to be determined and/or agreed, and much uncertainty remains, the legal impact on English arbitration law in its broadest sense will vary little depending on the ultimate outcome of the negotiations between the UK and the EU, including in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Nevertheless, as discussed below, the short-, medium- and long-term impact of Brexit (with or without a deal) on the arbitration market in London and England cannot be separated completely from the overall impact of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
This Practice Note considers the impact of Brexit on arbitration law and practice in England only. For an introduction to the background to the UK’s decision to
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