Insights: Brexit - December 2018

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Will Brexit affect the validity of a contractual English law clause?

Alexander Wildschütz |

The national law, which governs a commercial contract and will be applied in the event that parties end up in a dispute over their obligations, is currently determined under the rules of the Regulation (EC) No 593/2008. Known as the Rome I Regulation, its rules stipulate that the courts of all EU member states will […]


Brexit and Data Protection

Eddie Powell |

General position In amongst all the uncertainties of Brexit, the good (or bad, depending on your outlook) news is that GDPR will definitely still apply in UK, as part of our domestic law, for the foreseeable future, whatever happens. So Brexit should make very little difference to the way that your business handles data protection […]


Brexit and Competition law: Plus ça change plus c’est la même chose

Alex Haffner |

While debate continues in Parliament as to deal with the current blockage around the UK’s Withdrawal Agreement, back in the “real” world, businesses need to plan for the various outcomes currently being left in the hands of the politicians.


Brexit - the Government's legal advice

Charles Proctor |

In Tuesday’s post (‘Brexit – A Legal Quagmire’), we noted that the Government had been held to be in contempt of Parliament in consequence of its refusal to publish the Brexit legal advice furnished by the Attorney General.  As a result, the Department for Exiting the European Union published that advice at midday on Wednesday […]


Brexit - a legal quagmire?

Charles Proctor |

Brexit is, of course, primarily a political process. But that process takes place within a legal framework and, in that particular arena, it must be said that the Government’s record has been less than impressive. First of all, in the Miller case heard at the end of December 2016, the Supreme Court decided that an […]