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The House of Lords report on the legality of EU sanctions

United Kingdom, European Union - February 17 2017 On 2 February 2017, the House of Lords published a report following an inquiry in relation to the legality of EU sanctions. The purpose of the inquiry...

The DIT’s submission to the House of Commons on post-Brexit trade arrangements

United Kingdom, European Union - February 1 2017 On 1 February 2017, the UK's Department of International Trade (the "DIT") outlined the issues that will affect the country's negotiation of trade...

Monika Zejden-Erdmann.

Brexit and Trade law: The Implications of a Vote to Leave the EU

United Kingdom, European Union - July 28 2016 Following the UK's vote to leave the EU, there is much uncertainty as to what a post-Brexit UK will look like, with different sides of the debate...

James Robinson, Elizabeth Coleman, Monika Zejden-Erdmann.

The effect of “Brexit” on UK public procurement legislation and the application of EU State aid rules in the UK

United Kingdom, European Union - June 30 2016 This briefing considers issues relating to the extent to which the UK's exit from the European Union might lead to changes to domestic...

Totis Kotsonis, Elizabeth Marshall, James Robinson, Tim London.

InStep - Higher Education - Spring 2016

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - May 26 2016 Welcome to the second issue of InStep for the 2015-16 academic year. This issue comes out just as the Government has published its White Paper...

Nefydd Jones, Diane Gilhooley, Matthew Gough.