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Webinar | Beyond Brexit: Issues, Challenges and Solutions
Just over two months on from the conclusion of the EU-UK Trade and Co-operation Agreement between the EU and the UK, the partners at Matheson were pleased to host our most recent Brexit webinar, Beyond Brexit: Issues, Challenges and Solutions.Read moreRead more
Update: Matheson Post-Brexit Guide to Cross-Border Disputes
The post-Brexit EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (the “TCA”) was agreed at the eleventh hour on 24 December 2020 and governs the immediate future relationship between the EU and the UK from 1 January 2021.Read moreRead more
Brexit Impact Series: Recent Developments for Cross Border Enforcements
Since our last article on cross-border enforcement of foreign judgments, accessible here in which we examined how Brexit will affect cross border disputes, little progress has been made in the Brexit negotiations regarding enforcement and recognition of judgments post-Brexit and few steps have been taken to secure the position of mutual recognition and enforcement of UK and EU judgments post-Brexit.Read moreRead more
Brexit: Cross Border Disputes and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
Julie Murphy O'Connor and Karen Reynolds look at how Brexit will affect cross border disputes, in particular the enforcement of judgments obtained in such disputes, and what you should be considering if you are still negotiating your arrangements with a counterparty.Read moreRead more
Brexit: Cross Border Disputes and Jurisdiction – a Practical Guide
Julie Murphy O'Connor and Karen Reynolds now turn to look at how Brexit will affect cross border disputes, in particular the jurisdiction of such disputes, in the event of a negotiated exit or in a no-deal scenario.
Brexit: Cross Border Disputes and Service of Proceedings
Taking a look at how Brexit will affect cross border disputes, in particular the service of proceedings in such disputes, Julie Murphy O'Connor and Karen Reynolds conclude the Cross Border Disputes series.Read moreRead more
Brexit: Cross Border Disputes and Governing Law – a Practical Guide
How will the governing law of a dispute be determined after Brexit? Julie Murphy O'Connor and Karen Reynolds outline what a negotiated exit, and a no-deal Brexit, may mean for you.Read moreRead more
What Impact Will Brexit Have on Arbitration?
Arbitration, and particularly commercial arbitration, is unlikely to be affected by Brexit. However, depending on whether there is a negotiated exit or a no deal scenario, there are instances where the UK’s departure from the EU may have an impact.Read moreRead more
Brexit - Impact on Cross Border Restructuring and Insolvency
The UK has established itself as a leading restructuring destination in Europe. However, Brexit brings with it an opportunity for Ireland when it comes to cross border corporate restructuring as Julie Murphy O'Connor, Tony O'Grady, Brendan Colgan, Kevin Gahan explain.Read moreRead more
Brexit and Privilege
The position with regard to privilege is an important issue in the context of cross border litigation, and corporate and regulatory investigations spanning both the UK and Ireland.Read moreRead more
Brexit and Competition Disputes
Following Brexit, the UK will no longer enjoy the enforceability of judgments under the Brussels Regulation, as enforcement of non-EU judgments in an EU Member State is a matter for the local law.
Brexit and Contracts - A Practical Guide
For businesses trying to navigate the current Brexit landscape, one key consideration is the impact of events on their contractual relationships.Read moreRead more
Will Brexit impact contract enforcement?
The UK Government has issued a position paper setting out its vision for “a new, deep and special partnership” with the European Union in matters relating to enforcement and dispute resolution when the UK exits from the EU.