- The Repeal Bill—how great is it for restructuring & insolvency professionals?
- What does the Repeal Bill do (and what does it not do)?
- How will the UK courts treat Court of Justice of the European Union decisions after the UK leaves the EU?
- What will be the effect of the Repeal Bill importing the EIR into UK law?
- Does the Repeal Bill cause any other problems for cross-border restructuring and insolvency professionals?
- Beyond the Repeal Bill, what else would ensure that insolvency law works efficiently and effectively in cross-border cases?
- How will UK-EU cross-border restructuring work after the UK leaves the EU and what would be the key features of the transition?
Restructuring & Insolvency analysis: What impact will the draft European Union (Withdrawal) Bill (the Repeal Bill) have on restructuring and insolvency professionals? Chris Laughton, partner at Mercer & Hole, Chartered Accountants, explains that the Repeal Bill adversely affects practitioners, particularly in relation to cross-border matters and says, absent a ‘cliff-edge’ Brexit, any transition appears unlikely to be much more than a time-limited continuation of the status quo.
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