The impact of Brexit on court decisions

The Brussels 1 bis Regulation, which entered into force in January 2015, facilitated the free movement of court decisions in civil and commercial matters, abolishing in particular exequatur procedures.   Due to Brexit, the European regulatory...

BREXIT – OVERALL IMPACT A Portuguese Perspective

On February, 1st of 2020, the United Kingdom formally abandoned the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom), having reached an agreement with the European institutions regarding the exiting terms. The official Exiting...

German Covid-19 Measures in Insolvency Law and Their Cross-Border Relevance

On 27 March 2020 measures concerning insolvency law (and other topics not dealt with in this paper) were approved by the Federal Council (where the state governments are represented) and enacted the same day by the Federal President. These changes...

Conference Libralex, Montreal, September 28 2018

CETA: What Lawyers need to know today- A 120-minutes Crash Course   by Richard Ouellet, Full Professor of International Economic Law, Laval University, Member of the Institute for Advanced International Studies (HEI-ULaval) Montreal, Canada, September 28 2018...

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