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Brexit: Treaties, Trade agreements, “Acquired Rights” and Other Practical Impacts under International Law

European Union, United Kingdom - May 20 2016 As the Brexit debate intensifies, campaigners on both sides have said very little about the relevance of international law to a possible exit vote…

Co-authors: Julie Vaughan, Dominic Roughton, Adam Johnson, Vanessa Naish, Hannah Ambrose.


Brexit: Up in the air

European Union, United Kingdom - March 4 2016 With a referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union (EU) taking place on 23 June 2016, how ready are UK businesses for a possible Brexit…

Co-authors: Gavin Williams, Simone Pearlman.


BREXIT: sector by sector: Aviation

European Union, United Kingdom - February 29 2016 Traffic rights would be one of the biggest issue facing the aviation industry if the UK left the EU, and would potentially impact airlines, airports…

Co-authors: Laurence Elliott, Adam Johnson, Gavin Williams.


The impact of a Brexit on competition law

European Union, United Kingdom - November 10 2015 The question of whether the UK will remain a member of the European Union (EU) has been rumbling around British politics for well over 20 years -…


UK exit from the EU: sector by sector - competition and anti-trust

European Union, United Kingdom - July 23 2015 An exit from the EU would have limited impact as far as the EU antitrust rules are concerned (Article 101 TFEU on anti-competitive agreements and…

Co-authors: Laurence Elliott, Adam Johnson, Gavin Williams.

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