Dispute Resolution News Analysis—Brexit
Dispute Resolution News Analysis—Brexit

The following Dispute Resolution practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Dispute Resolution News Analysis—Brexit
  • 2021
  • 2020

This Practice Note lists News Analysis since 31 January 2020, when the UK left the EU ie exit day. It covers a range of issues concerning the implications of Brexit for dispute resolution (DR) lawyers. Further reading on this area, looking at relevant content on the wider legal requirements and implications of Brexit, can be found in the Brexit toolkit which includes links to Practice Notes, Checklists and Q&As, as well as News Analysis and Legal Updates covering a range of practice areas.

For News Analysis which predates exit day, see Practice Note: Dispute Resolution News Analysis—Brexit (up to exit day) [Archived].

2021

DateNews AnalysisBrief Description
23/02/2021Comment—do not count on UK data adequacy; legal challenges appear inevitableMLex: UK businesses may be premature in raising a cheer at the European Commission’s data adequacy proposal on 19 February 2021. With a legal challenge over the process almost inevitably looming at the Court of Justice, companies might be better off taking a more cautious approach and using what could be borrowed time to press ahead with contingency measures.
19/02/2021UK data protection regime meets EU standards according to draft adequacy decisions LNB News 19/02/2021 66The European Commission has concluded that the UK ensures an essentially equivalent level of protection to the one guaranteed under the General Data Protection Regulation, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (EU
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