What A No-Deal Brexit Would Mean For Dispute Resolution

Law360 (October 9, 2019, 2:29 PM EDT) -- Justice Sue Carr hails the U.K. courts as a "safe and neutral forum” for international disputes due partly to the fact that English law arms litigants with robust weapons such as search orders and freezing injunctions.

The majority of claimants and defendants passing through the doors of English courts are internationals bringing high-value, complex and precedent-sculpting cases. The certainty afforded to litigants from all corners of the world when using the prestigious English courts is being called into question by the uncertainty surrounding a possible no-deal Brexit and its effects on English dispute resolution, the tremors of which are already being...

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