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Government loses round one of Brexit legal challenge as High Court rules that the approval of Parliament is required to trigger Article 50

European Union, United Kingdom - November 3 2016 In a landmark constitutional law ruling (R(Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the EU) the High Court today held that the UK Government cannot…

Co-authors: Anish Bhasin, Gavin Williams, Kristien Geeurickx, Nusrat Zar.


High Court in Belfast rejects Brexit challenge

European Union, United Kingdom - October 28 2016 The High Court in Belfast dismissed two judicial review challenges to the Government's proposed invocation of Article 50 of the Treaty on European…

Co-authors: Gavin Williams.


Judicial review litigation over the correct constitutional process for triggering Article 50 TEU

United Kingdom - October 13 2016 Judicial review proceedings have started before the High Court, challenging the Government's ability to trigger Article 50 of the Treaty on European…

Co-authors: Gavin Williams, Kristien Geeurickx, Nusrat Zar.


Calendar Of Key Issues - An Interactive Guide To The Legal Milestones Ahead - October 2016

European Union, United Kingdom - October 12 2016 This guide identifies the key developments, trends and issues we expect to be on the legal agenda over the coming years. It is easy to navigate with…

Co-authors: Tim Briggs, Will Nevin, Stephen Wisking, Gavin Williams, Kevin Pullen.


"Access to the single market" - an explanation for the (re)insurance sector

European Union, United Kingdom - September 23 2016 The UK has voted to leave the European Union ("EU"). Since the result became known, there has been much discussion of the wish to preserve "access to…

Co-authors: Barnaby Hinnigan, Alison Matthews, Gavin Williams, Geoffrey Maddock, Matthew Brewer.

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