Brexit and International Commercial Litigation Seminar (Birmingham)

Date & Time: 22/03/2018 | 5:30pm - 6:30pm (registration 5:00pm)
CPD: 1
Cost: Free

As we approach the halfway mark in Brexit negotiations before the UK leaves the European Union, this talk looks at the future for cross-border dispute resolution in the UK post-Brexit. Currently, most of the law in this area is governed EU legislation. This talk considers the future for the drafting and effectiveness of English jurisdiction and choice of law clauses, the commencement of proceedings in English courts and the enforcement of English judgments in the EU. It should be of relevance to contentious lawyers and non-contentious lawyers alike.

Jonathan Harris QC (Hon) is an associate member of St Philips Chambers. He is the general editor (with Lord Collins) of the leading work, Dicey, Morris and Collins, The Conflict of Laws, a member of the Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Private International Law and has given evidence to the House of Lords EU Select Committee on the impact of Brexit. He has advised clients extensively on the impact of Brexit and spoken at events around the world on the subject.


Prof. Jonathan Harris QC (Hon)

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