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Lawyers reject Liz Truss’s claim that UK is able to dump parts of treaty with EU without its agreement.
Armstrong Teasdale is the latest international law firm to establish offices in Dublin since Brexit and it plans to hire up to 20 lawyers for office headed by Irishman.
The Law Society of England and Wales has warned that COVID-19 lockdowns have delayed the full impact of Brexit on the legal sector, according to the Law Society Gazette of England and Wales.
Covid lockdowns have delayed the full impact of Brexit on the legal sector, the Law Society has warned, as international travel tentatively begins to open up. / ‘The people who are going to lose out are the younger generation, the people who are not based in the country but who would like to work there, who would like to have a European practice.’
'The patience of the regulatory authorities is now wearing quite thin,' says one City lawyer of Brexit loophole tactics.
Lawyers working on behalf of the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) have identified five false claims made by government ministers in regards to promises of continuing visa-free touring of the EU post-Brexit for the music and entertainment industry.
Lawyers have revealed five 'false claims' made by ministers they say prove the government refused to strike a deal to rescue visa-free touring in the EU.
Lawyers have identified five false claims made by ministers for refusing to strike a deal to rescue visa-free touring of the EU, leaving performers with crippling new costs and red tape.
Improvements ‘essential’ to rescue services trade, peers say – warning ‘too much is at stake if we don’t’.
Law Society of Ireland announces that dual-qualified lawyers must be based in Ireland to gain practising certificates.
Hogan Lovells is to open in Dublin joining a procession of international law firms to set up shop there in response to Brexit.
Ashurst is the latest international law firm to establish an office in Dublin due to Brexit, following in the footsteps of, among others, Dentons, Burgess Salmon, DAC Beachcroft, DLA Piper, Pinsent Masons and Fieldfisher.
New Irish rules prevent dual-qualified lawyers practising in Ireland without a physical presence in the country.
As the UK attempts to join the Lugano Convention, questions are being asked about London's position as a litigation and arbitration centre.
Lawyers have set out some of the challenges that could be faced by the UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) post-Brexit. / "This situation would be disastrous for the interests of the European competition (in the broad sense) against American and Chinese competitors. The cooperation between the CMA and the EUCR is therefore fundamental."
The Brexit agreement, greeted by lawyers with “sighs of relief”, had led to a “much more clunky world” for legal services, with important issues like privilege unresolved, the president of the Law Society of England and Wales said yesterday.
A Brexiteer MP has claimed that he did not send his 'ill-advised' letter to Joe Biden warning him about Brexit, after being convinced by Donald Trump's lawyers.
Lucrative services sector cannot prepare for potentially huge new obstacles to trading in the EU – because it is ‘not sure what to prepare for’.
‘We have a choice about what sort of country we want to be,’ Law Society says.
The government is facing increasing scrutiny over its decision to use “committed Brexiteer” lawyers to provide advice on the legality of breaching the EU withdrawal agreement.
Critics are in U.K. prime minister’s own Conservative party. / Top government lawyer quits as Brexit spooks markets again.
Sir Jonathan Jones, head of the Government’s Legal Service, has resigned reportedly over Boris Johnson’s plans to tweak the Northern Ireland protocol.
A group of lawyers and interested citizens have now come together to bring a case to the Court of Justice of the European Union to confirm that EU Citizenship is a Permanent Status.