Matthew Duncan considers the court's approach to interpretation in the case of a foreign domiciled person who died leaving a worldwide estate
The UK has made nearly 100,000 amendments to domestic and EU legislation since 2018, according to research from Thomson Reuters. By early December, the UK
Government abandons controversial parts of its internal market bill to break international law in a widely welcomed U-turn
The controversial internal market bill is compounding the complexities around how international law will be taught in future, says Dr Jorge Emilio Nú
Withers has recruited former attorney general Geoffrey Cox MP to its international law team as consultant global counsel
Only the most senior British courts should be given powers to depart from retained EU case law from 31 December, says a government consultation
A new approach to European court rulings in the new Withdrawal Agreement Bill undermines legal certainty, Lord Pannick QC has said.
Karen Holden and Christine Zembrzuski run through the critical actions businesses need to take to protect their IP pos
Government pledges new security, law enforcement, and criminal justice partnership wit
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