The potential consequences of Brexit on arbitration
Resource type: Article
Published on 29-Jun-2016
England, European Union, Northern Ireland, Scotland, United Kingdom, Wales
England, European Union
Northern Ireland, Scotland, United Kingdom, Wales
On 23 June 2016, a majority of the UK electorate voted to leave the European Union. This article considers the potential consequences of the vote to "Brexit", with a particular focus on arbitration and on London’s position as a major international arbitration centre.
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