- English courts abroad—the view from London
- What factors have made London such a successful litigation hub to date?
- What challenges is London likely to face as a litigation hub post-Brexit?
- What can the London legal market do in order to ensure it remains competitive post-Brexit? Are there likely to be any hurdles to doing these things?
- What does all this mean for practitioners and their law firms? Is there anything they should be doing now?
Dispute Resolution analysis: With Brexit seen to threaten London’s prominent position in international finance, and European states beginning to establish English language courts, could the city see waning appeal as a place to do legal business? Sarah Garvey, a member of Allen & Overy’s dedicated Brexit team in London outlines the robust strengths of English courts, and offers straightforward advice for how government can help soothe Brexit jitters.
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