Workshop III

The Development of Private International Law of Commercial Law in the UK post Brexit.

Please find below the list of speakers and links to the papers/presentations* that were presented at this workshop on the 20th and 21st November 2020.

‘Cross-Border Motor Claims After Brexit’ Dr Jenny Papettas (University of Birmingham)

‘Brexit and Cross-Border Maritime Disputes’ Professor Yvonne Baatz (Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London)

‘Cross-Border Dispute Resolution – Insurance Sector: Brexit Implications’ Professor Rob Merkin QC (University of Exeter)

‘High-Value Disputes: A US Law Firm’s Perspective on Brexit’ Tom Sprange QC (King & Spalding)

‘Cross-Border Litigation: New Data, Initial Brexit Implications in England and Wales and Long-Term Policy Choices’ Dr Mihail Danov (University of Exeter)

‘How Brexit may affect Commonwealth PIL: A View from Australia’ Professor Mary Keyes (Griffith University, Australia)

‘A Global Perspective from the HCCH – the global international institution on private international law’ Dr Christophe Bernasconi (Secretary General of the Hague Conference)

‘A London Law Firm Perspective on international and commonwealth litigation after Brexit’ Iain Mackie (Macfarlanes)

‘Re-designing (or not) the UK landscape in relation to PIL: An Intra-UK perspective on Brexit’ Professor Barry Rodger (University of Strathclyde)

‘Re-designing (or not) the UK landscape in relation to PIL: A Regional Law Firm Perspective on Brexit’ Lindsey Clegg (Freeths)

‘Brexit and Cross-Border Collective Redress’ Omar Shah (Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP)

‘Brexit – A Defendant’s Perspective on Competition Litigation’ Nick Frey (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP)

‘Cross-Border Competition Litigation: Brexit Opportunities?’ Dr Mihail Danov (University of Exeter)

*We are very grateful to the speakers for agreeing to share their papers/presentations online.

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