Brexit: what does this mean for jurisdiction clauses and the enforcement of judgments?

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As Covid-19 has dominated the headlines over recent months, there has been less of a focus on Brexit.

However, with the deadline for end of the transition period looming (and negotiations between the UK and the EU still ongoing) it is important not to lose sight of the potential impact that Brexit will have on disputes that are governed by English law and subject to the English court jurisdictions – especially for parties that have commenced (or will be looking to commence) English court proceedings with counter-parties in the EU, or have contracts (or are looking to enter into contracts) that provide for the jurisdiction of the English courts.

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David Choy

David Choy Managing Associate

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