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What are the implications of Brexit on cross-border disputes?

Any party in a contract with another entity can become embroiled in a dispute. But what if that entity is in a different country – and therefore legal jurisdiction – especially in the post-Brexit era? Thrings partner David Patterson comments.

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Countdown to Brexit – commercial contracts

While Brexit has created uncertainty for businesses, the political reaction to the recently published draft withdrawal agreement appears to have done little to instil confidence across the business community. Thrings Partner, Kate Westbrook looks at reviewing commercial contracts with numerous Brexit scenarios in mind.

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Article 50 – what it means for UK business

Theresa May will today begin the process of ending the UK’s 44-year relationship with Europe by triggering Article 50. Kate Westbrook, commercial partner at Thrings, comments on the Prime Minister’s historic announcement and considers what it means for businesses.

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Brexit and avoiding future commercial disputes

Whilst the precise commercial landscape in which your business will operate post-Brexit is not yet known, there are a number of practical steps you can take to minimise its exposure to the risk of future disputes caused by the UK’s departure from the EU.

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