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Case-law digest

A selection of important Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) cases decided in January and February 2021 and a note of the upcoming cases for the week ahead.

Alternative Dispute Resolution in the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement

This article analyses the provisions in the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement that cover alternative dispute-resolution procedures and the requirements applicable to solicitors practising in this field.

New EU-UK Relationship – Rights of Audience in front of Courts at EU Level

This analysis article examines the rights of audience held by UK-qualified solicitors enabling representation before the European Union level Courts. The article looks at the role of the European Union level Courts in determining pending cases concerning the UK in addition to looking ahead at the potential cases concerning infringements ...

The role of International Arbitration

In this article, we examine the role of arbitration as a dispute-resolution tool, the benefits it can provide to parties in dispute and its application at an international level.

Brussels Briefing with the UK Law Societies’ Presidents

On the 10th February 2021, the UK Law Societies’ Joint Brussels Office organised an online panel event featuring the three Presidents of the UK’s Law Societies. The presidents discussed what they considered to be the main benefits of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA), what challenges remain and how they ...

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