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On 1 January 2021 the European Union regime that previously facilitated litigation for disputes crossing the border between the EU and United Kingdom fell away, to be replaced with a regime founded on the Hague ...
As part of the Government's efforts to help businesses prepare for the possibility of the UK exiting the European Union without a deal on 31st October 2019 it has recently published a paper entitled Consumer rights and ...
Follow-on damages claims are now an almost inevitable consequence of infringement decisions by the European Commission and national competition authorities, and preparing for possible claims is an ever more important ...
The UK exited the EU on 31 January 2020 and has entered into a transition period that is due to end on 31 December 2020, unless extended.
With Brexit, just spending a few moments thinking about the boiler plate clauses in your commercial agreements of could save you time and more importantly money in the long term.
Victoria Hobbs and Theo-Rees Bidder explore the UK Government's changes to a consumer's online dispute resolution rights in light of Brexit.
In this article we consider some of the standard ‘boilerplate’ clauses
usually found in any contract and how Brexit may affect their
operation due to the legal changes it will give rise to.
Examining the effectiveness of your boiler plate clauses is probably the last thing on your 'let's get ready for Brexit' to do list, but spending time thinking about these aspects of your commercial arrangements could ...
Parties negotiating and re-negotiating international contracts should continue to use English governing law and exclusive English jurisdiction clauses in those contracts after Brexit if suitable for their circumstances. ...
Welcome to the latest edition of our Dispute Resolution bulletin from Bird & Bird's UK disputes team. This edition features articles on recent legal developments together with a selection of the resources we have ...