November 21, 2019

Brexit's Impact on London as a Top Int'l Arbitration Seat

Adrian Jones and James Wagner published an analysis of Brexit's potential impacts on London as a top international arbitration seat in Law360. The article explores the potential future of arbitrations, but it also looks at what won't change -- such as the foundation of arbitration law in London, which is independent of the U.K.'s membership to the EU. However, some changes may restore more power to English courts in international arbitration matters, such as EU focused anti-suit injunctions. The full impacts remain to be seen, but it's worth knowing what could change as Brexit inches closer.

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