Cross-border legal correspondence between companies and individuals based in the UK and in the EU should understand when LPP applies and what regulates it.
Barnier sees major hurdles ahead with Brexit, remains hopeful they can be overcome
Though the chief negotiator sees major hurdles ahead, largely by the unwillingness of his counterparts, he remains hopeful that the differences can be overcome.
Post-Brexit Enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters: are there any winners?
The UK Law Societies’ Joint Brussels Office analyses how cross-border commercial agreements will be enforced in a post-Brexit Europe between British and continental entities.
EU sets out parameters for talks with UK
EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier presents his mandate for “new partnership” with UK
Government: UK will not implement EU Copyright Directive
The EU’s controversial Copyright Directive will not be implemented by the United Kingdom, a government minister has confirmed.
UK Parliament prorogation: Proper advice or just lies?
When an unfathomable situation provides a new twist
Brexit: Brussels publishes No-Deal checklist
European Commission speeds ups pace of Brexit preparations while uncertainty grows in UK
Brexit: What next for Britain?
With a No-Deal Brexit looking ever more likely, quickly concluding deals with its main trading partners will become vital once the UK is outside the EU.