Brexit Bulletin - 21 June 2016

This article was published prior to the publication of the post-Brexit agreement between the UK and EU which covers the relationship between the UK and EU following the end of the implementation period (commonly referred to as the “transition period”) created by the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020, and should be read in that context. For up-to-date commentary and information on our services, please see our Beyond Brexit page.

The implications that leaving the EU could have from a Dispute Resolution perspective

At the moment the UK is governed by EU law, including a network of legislation that applies to many aspects of litigation, such as deciding which Court has jurisdiction in disputes, the reciprocal recognition of judgments with the EU and the service of legal proceedings.

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Coming around again: Brexit's anti-red-tape agenda is nothing new

The Brexit debate has given rise to speculation on the implications for health and safety, environmental and other regulatory law derived from the European Union (other examples including food safety, labelling, product specification, and chemical safety). After all, one of the arguments of the 'Leave' campaign is the desire to reduce the EU 'red tape' that it argues stifles the UK entrepreneurial spirit.

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