Recast Brussels Regulation: the latest from the courts
While it is unclear how long the recast Brussels Regulation (1215/2012/EC) may continue to apply in view of Brexit, a number of recent decisions have shed welcome light on the courts’ approach to different provisions within it. These decisions illustrate how the recast Brussels Regulation is working in practice and the potential ramifications of Brexit on the efficacy of English exclusive jurisdiction clauses (see “Practical points”).
This article was first published on Practical Law.
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