Eight members of Brick Court Chambers have contributed to the preparation of four papers written on behalf of the Commercial Bar Association (COMBAR) explaining the potential effect of Brexit on important areas of commercial legal practice and business. The areas covered by these papers, and the members of Chambers who have contributed to them, are:
- Conflicts of Laws, Jurisdiction, Choice of Court Agreements, Choice of Law, Service of Legal Process and Judicial Assistance in Taking of Evidence (Sir Richard Aikens and Jasbir Dhillon QC)
- Banking (Fred Hobson)
- Financial Services (Andrew Henshaw QC)
- Competition (Daniel Jowell QC, Kelyn Bacon QC, Daniel Piccinin and David Bailey)
These papers were recently submitted to the Ministry of Justice following a meeting with the Lord Chancellor in December attended by a number of members of the COMBAR Brexit Committee. They have now been made available on the COMBAR website here.