Judgments from the Inner House and the CJEU reaffirm constitution fundamentals.
Advocate general suggests court will rule that the UK can unilaterally reverse Brexit.
MPs and peers are concerned that exiting the EU will see us ‘go backwards’ on children’s rights.
Solicitors may find the government’s latest list of no-deal notices useful to help prepare for the ever-approaching, yet continually uncertain, Brexit outcome.
Consistency with the EU has ‘obvious merit’, the UK’s last EU judge says.
What will the difference between the options of a Brexit deal or no-deal mean to practising lawyers in the UK?
Director of Public Prosecutions Max Hill QC says UK withdrawal from the EU could affect many cases.
This week’s starred digests include limitation, administration, vesting in trustee, and business transfer schemes post-Brexit.
Letter signed by 1,500 solicitors, barristers and academics will be delivered to Downing Street.
Uncertainty remains over whether or not the UK can participate in Unified Patent Court after Brexit.
Falling back on 1957 convention would be expensive and time-consuming, Chancery Lane warns.