On 20 September, partner, Luke Harrison, who also chairs the Commercial Litigation Association, will be appearing on the Brexit panel at the CDR Autumn Litigation Symposium. The panel will debate the most recent developments regarding Brexit, and what the implications might mean for commercial litigation lawyers, including on the UK’s substantive legal regimes in relation to future civil justice coordination, enforcement of judgments, service of proceedings and cooperation in cross-border litigation after Britain leaves the European Union.
Commenting on the upcoming symposium Luke Harrison said
“Brexit is fast becoming a reality and the business world is woefully unprepared particularly in light of the ongoing uncertainty as to the deal, if any, the United Kingdom reaches with the EU. The inability to prepare increases risk in any business dealings which involved cross border trade in the supply chain and will doubtless lead to disputes and litigation. It is important that the commercial dispute resolution community are prepared to face the challenges that their clients will face in the new post Brexit world.”
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