The ECJ and UK Law After the Transition Period – How Should Disputes be Resolved?
Wednesday 15th May, 7.30pm – 8.30pm
The aim is to consider arrangements for dispute resolution and the role of the respective courts. Speakers will consider such themes as:
- What principles and practice generally underpin independent systems of dispute resolution?
- How do the arrangements proposed in the Withdrawal Agreement compare with those operating internationally?
- What consequences might the proposed arrangements have for final decisions on disputed matters?
- What precedents are there for fair, neutral and effective UK-EU dispute resolution during the transition period?
- What international precedents exist for effective independent arrangements thereafter?
Speakers will include:
- The Rt Hon David Jones MP, European Scrutiny Committe
- Richard Wilson QC LL.D, Joint Head of Chambers, The 36 Group
- Professor Takis Tridimas, Matrix Chambers and King’s College London
- The Baroness Ludford, Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson, Exiting the EU
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