Browsing Lawfinder Blogs: Brexit
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Publisher: Simmons & Simmons
Interpretation of law post-Brexit
Towards transition: Brexit & the EU
Brexit: Rule Brittania
Brexit after the June election
ECJ Opinion - Singapore Free Trade Agreement and Brexit implications
Brexit and the General Election
UK Government’s White Paper: legislating for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU
View from Brussels - Article 50 is triggered: what’s next?
Author: Kenneth Armstrong, Professor of European Law at the University of Cambridge
Staying in the Single Market: Not so EEAsy?
Control over Laws – Why all the fuss about the European Court of Justice?
Leaving Luxembourg – The UK’s Position on Enforcement and Dispute-Resolution after Brexit
Putting the Cart before the Horse: what’s missing from the UK’s Customs Paper
Net Figures, Gross Deception – Why there is no big Brexit bonus for public services
Don’t Shoot the Messenger
Branching Histories and the ‘Error’ of Brexit
Has Article 50 Really Been Triggered?
Publisher: Clyde & Co
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
#Brexit: Lords examine financial regulation and supervision
Brexit and cross-border divorces: Judicial co-operation and the special partnership
Brexit and relocating with children overseas – mind the immigration and family law gaps
Implications of GDPR and new Data Protection Bill for employers
New reporting regulations for sanctions breaches now in force
Post-#Brexit extradition arrangements: clarity called for
A challenge to the lawfulness of export licences allowing arms sales to Saudi Arabia has been rejected
#Brexit: Government outlines provisions of future International Sanctions Bill
Publisher: Norton Rose Fulbright