- Brexit: policy paper for cross-border framework—an EU perspective
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- What are the key issues dealt with in the policy paper from a dispute resolution perspective?
- What are the implications for litigators and their clients? How should they advise their clients in the interim?
Dispute Resolution analysis: Last month’s UK government proposal for cross-border cooperation in Brexit was met with guarded approval, not least for its acceptance of the need to grant jurisdictional concessions during a transitional period of leaving the EU. Matthias Weller, Professor at the EBS Law School in Germany and a guest researcher at the Max Planck Institute, cites the inevitable problems that nevertheless await in a climate of business uncertainty, with litigation likely moving out of the UK or expedited to benefit from what pre-Brexit clarity remains.
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