EU & International

A ‘no deal’ Brexit and IP protection

Karen Holden and Christine Zembrzuski run through the critical actions businesses need to take to protect their IP post Brexit

Law Society backs calls for post-Brexit security cooperation

Government pledges new security, law enforcement, and criminal justice partnership with EU

An à la carte Brexit simply isn’t possible

Public discussion frequently misses the point that, as in any mature legal system, the elements of the EU’s constitution are linked together in complex ways, explains Paul Stanley QC

Lawyers back government call for civil justice cooperation post-Brexit

Government also seeks end to 'direct jurisdiction' of European Court of Justice

Vaccination claims: Has Europe opened the floodgates?

The history of UK vaccine litigation is a sorry tale but a careful reading of a new CJEU decision might give claimants grounds for more optimism, advises Peter Todd

Repealing EU law: The great puzzle

The “Great Repeal Bill” offers some technical answers, but little certainty about the future, writes Pavlos Eleftheriadis

Lord Neuberger: Bringing the common law out of the shadows

The outgoing Supreme Court president talks to Jean-Yves Gilg about pushing boundaries and greater openness