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Brexit, and the potential impact it may have on the relationship between the UK and EU Member State court systems, has been a catalyst for the emergence of new English law and language international commercial courts and tribunals in EU jurisdictions. Will these pose a threat to London? London has long been a hub for cross-border commercial litigation. The prevalence of English law, the size of the London legal market, the calibre of the English judiciary, and even London's geography, amongst many other factors, have contributed to that status. The UK's membership in the EU, and the resulting close cooperation between the UK and other EU Member States in judicial matters, has contributed to the popularity of the English courts. Full story

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