Brexit's Impact On London As A Top Int'l Arbitration Seat

Law360 (November 21, 2019, 2:39 PM EST) -- For many years, London has been a globally popular seat for international arbitration. However, with a general election on the doorstep (scheduled for  Dec. 12) and a Brexit process (whether the U.K. remains in the European Union, holds a second referendum, agrees on a deal with the EU or leaves without a deal) yet to be decided, the users of arbitration — business, finance and industry — are facing some significant unknowns.

While commerce in the UK has been forced to carry on in a climate of uncertainty, commercial arbitration has apparently continued its business as usual. The figures available appear...

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