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A ticking clock - Brexit and UK court judgments

United Kingdom, European Union - December 20 2019 With the UK due to leave the institutions of the EU at the end of January 2020, and its legal system eleven months later, parties with EU-related...

Electricity from coal is down - but is it too little too late?

United Kingdom - November 25 2019 But - and it is a big but - is it too little too late? The report, published in the online journal Carbon Brief, continues that "The record drop...

A new safety net for english law judgments after brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - September 18 2019 When the UK leaves the EU, it may no longer be possible to enforce UK judgments across Borders in the same way under European rules. However, new...

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Solar Wars Part X: The Force is Strong with Investors

Spain - September 12 2019 Previous Solar Wars articles explained how arbitral tribunals considering intra-EU claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) have consistently...

Solar Wars Part XI: The EC Strikes Back

Italy - September 12 2019 Solar Wars Part X considered the continued willingness of arbitral tribunals to accept jurisdiction to hear claims under the Energy Charter Treaty...