UK Lawyers are(/were?) the #1 in EU by trademarks registration (overcoming even Germany). What could happen if, after Brexit, IP courts and process were to be split?
Dutch courts are less expensive, more tech-savvy and less burdensome then British courts when it comes to litigation.
Considering the uncertianty generated by rexit and the upcoming NCC (Dutch Commercial Court), as well as worldwide reputation and heuight in justive rankings and efficiency, why turning to UK courts?
Just some dozen’s to be moved so far, in the capital of Europe (a great place for lobbying too).
Oh really? I’m sure no lawyer in UK had considered this consequence!
From Paris, to London and then Luxembourg, to be completed with Q1 2019.
Great paper with a list of EU regulations and directives to not affect UK anymore after the divorce. Don’t forget the recent Digital Single Market agenda will fade away too (geo-blocking, Audiovisual Media Services, E-Copyright, Digital portability)
WTO may be the next big obstacle for May in pursuing trade deals in the world.
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The AMF and the ACPR have announced that investment firms, payment institutions, electronic money institutions and insurance firms, currently under the supervision of the ACPR and wishing to pursue their current activities in France, would be subject to a simplified and accelerated procedure to obtain authorisation in France.
An English-speaking case manager would be assigned to each firm, plus a dedicated e-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org) for investment firms, payment institutions, electronic money institutions and insurance firms to ask Brexit questions.
Nice infographic from FTI Consulting (a Belgian-based Business adviser) warning on the potential legal impact of Brexit to the Broadcasting and Entertainment industry.