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  • Competition Brexit considerations
    24/10/2017
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    The two areas of competition law most commonly relevant to businesses operating across European borders are antitrust – which covers the prohibitions on anti-competitive agreements and abuse of a dominant market position – and merger control. Brexit is also likely to have a significant impact on the way in which State aid law applies in the UK. EU, Competition and Trade Regulatory 
  • Dispute resolution Brexit considerations
    01/03/2017
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    Much has been written about the issues the UK will face as a country following the vote to leave the EU. However, little guidance has been given to corporations on how to address these issues in the context of their business, either in negotiating new contracts, or how they may impact upon current disputes. Dispute Resolution 
  • Insolvency Brexit considerations
    01/03/2017
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    At first glance, it seems that cross-border insolvencies between the UK and EU are likely to become more time-consuming, complex and expensive post-Brexit. However, the situation may not be as dire as it first appears due to the existence of alternative legislation and the exemptions to the EU legislation. As with other areas of law, when it comes to insolvencies much will depend on what steps are taken to maintain the current arrangements with the EU or whether they fall away altogether. Fraud and Insolvency 
  • Shipping Brexit considerations
    01/03/2017
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    Now that the UK has voted to leave the EU (Brexit) there are a number of business issues which will affect many industries, including shipping. Shipping 
  • Aviation Brexit considerations
    01/03/2017
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    A great deal was written in the immediate aftermath of last June’s referendum result as to the potential impact of Brexit on aerospace interests in the UK and how the future regulatory landscape might look. Aerospace 
  • Commodities Brexit considerations
    01/03/2017
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    The UK voted to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016. The potential impact on the commodities industry is likely to be significant, but the details of any impact remain uncertain: they will depend on the way in which the eventual relationship between the UK and the EU is structured. Commodities 
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