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28 July 2021: Jennifer Jones, Mathias Cheung and Caroline Greenfield on EU litigation after Brexit

16th Jun 2021

Date
28/07/2021

Time
6:00 pm BST

Location
Webinar

Jennifer Jones, Mathias Cheung and Caroline Greenfield will present on EU litigation after Brexit to members of the SCL on Wednesday 28 July 2021 from 6pm.

This webinar will cover the following topics in a combination of short talks and discussion:

This webinar will cover the following topics in a combination of short talks and discussion:
1) The impact of Brexit on some of the better-known EU legislative regimes (such as CE marking).
2) How to determine which court has jurisdiction post Brexit when there is a dispute:
a) if there is a jurisdiction clause; and
b) in the absence of a jurisdiction clause.

A RECORDING OF THIS EVENT IS NOW AVAILABLE ON THE SCL WEBSITE: https://www.scl.org.uk/resources/podcasts-webinars/eu-litigation-after-brexit

 

 





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