Dispute resolution post-Brexit

BREXIT2016 | Octubre 18
A botched exit from the European Union (EU) has the potential to undermine both the stability of English law in international agreements and the enforceability of English judgments.

It could also give rise to just the kind of jurisdictional arbitrage – forum shopping, races to issue proceedings and torpedo litigation in breach of jurisdiction agreements – that years of harmonisation have sought to consign to history.

More than ever, the United Kingdom must think carefully about how to preserve the qualities that have made it the world’s leading destination for the resolution of commercial disputes.

CDR (Commercial Dispute Resolution) – Dispute resolution post-Brexit by Gregory Mitchell QC, David Simpson ▪ 3 Verulam Buildings – Featured articles


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