Commercial disputes that cross borders will be a major headache after Brexit

  • Jonathan Michael Christopher Fitchen

Press/Media: Articles in 'The Conversation'


Picture the situation where a British company does business with another company somewhere else in the EU. Let’s say, for example, that a German manufacturer supplies vital components for a British maker of boat engines. The British company has a big order coming up from the US that has to be satisfied by such and such date but the Germans fail to deliver. It costs the Brits a seven-figure sum in lost business and in the end, they decide to sue.

Period8 Aug 2016

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