The importance of bilateral trade between the UK and Belgium (British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium)

There is a strong and longstanding trade relationship between the UK and Belgium. It is without doubt this relationship is of great importance to both countries. UK exports to Belgium were worth 17,4 billion Euro in 2014, making Belgium  the eighth largest export market for the UK. In 2015 Belgium

2017-01-17T08:41:17+00:00 17 janvier, 2017|Categories: Droit commercial|Tags: , |

What does Brexit mean for dispute resolution? (Eversheds)

Following the UK’s referendum decision to exit from the EU and British Prime Minister Teresa May’s recent announcement that she would trigger the process to leave the EU by the end of March 2017, absent any express agreement to the contrary, the legal framework governing the relationship between the EU

2016-11-30T09:27:56+00:00 30 novembre, 2016|Categories: Droit judiciaire|Tags: , , , , |

£14 billion damages claim filed against MasterCard by UK consumers in landmark collective action (Quinn Emanuel)

MasterCard was found, following a long-running legal battle with the European Commission that ended in 2014, to have infringed EU law by imposing charges (known as ‘interchange’ fees) on businesses that accept MasterCard debit and credit cards. More than half a million businesses in the UK accepted MasterCard cards, including

2016-09-09T11:44:15+00:00 9 septembre, 2016|Categories: Droit commercial Legal innovation|Tags: , , , , |

EEA Residence Card (Davidson Morris)

An EEA residence card proves your enduring right to reside in the UK. When the UK formally departs from the EU, the continuing rights of EEA nationals residing in the UK is, at this stage, unclear. Many EEA citizens are making permanent residence applications now in anticipation that this proof

2016-09-07T09:40:12+00:00 7 septembre, 2016|Categories: Droit social|Tags: , , , , , , |