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Courts face long-term Brexit questions

July 5, 2016, CDR News

Peter Camesasca is quoted in a CDR article regarding the long-term effects of Brexit on the courts, including uncertainties over enforcement. According to Camesasca, “This will not be immediate. Companies are not making any immediate decisions about litigation in the wake of the Brexit vote. Most are in ‘wait and see’ mode.” He continues, “But as the positions of the UK and the EU become apparent, the potential ‘battle lines’ will become clearer. The dynamic will probably resemble, in terms of the uptick in litigation, the 2007 crash.”

 

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