Speaking at GCR Live London, Kassie Smith QC of Monckton Chambers said there was a need for certainty about whether English judgments would still be enforceable in the rest of Europe once Brussels’ “Recast” rules, which ensure judgments between EU members states are recognised and enforced, fall away after Brexit. To read the full reportage […]
14 September – Tax Journal – in this article George Peretz QC explains why, even post-Brexit, the CJEU is likely to remain a highly relevant source of case law in the UK tax world for the indefinite future.Read article here. Full content is only available to Tax Journal subscribers.
Peter Oliver spoke on the Today programme on BBC radio 4 briefly explaining the ruling of the Court of Justice of the EU in Cassis de Dijon which helped define the Single Market. To listen to the full programme please click here.
In this 42-minute video, Anneli Howard examines the contents and implications of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill 2017-19; formerly referred to as the Great Repeal Bill. To access full video please click here.
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Public Procurement and Construction law specialist Michael Bowsher QC contributed to today’s article in The Times, written by Jonathan Ames which envisages that procurement law specialists will also be involved in the inquiry to the tragedy: “Michael Bowsher, QC, of Monckton Chambers, acknowledges that discussion is speculative at present, but highlights several likely issues. The […]
Michael Bowsher QC speaks to Jonathan Sacramento, News Editor of GBC News (Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation) about how Gibraltar and the UK will have to see out the Brexit negotiations before they can make decisions on how European Legislation can be transposed to other institutions under the British Crown. Michael was a guest of the Middle […]
The case has been covered by The Law Society Gazette, The Lawyer and Legal Business. Socrates was represented by Philip Woolfe and The Law Society was represented by Kassie Smith QC and Imogen Proud.
Following the triggering of Art 50, Anneli Howard assesses the possible ramifications of the Supreme Court’s Miller ruling, other associated litigation and key next steps for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. To read the full article please click here.