Monthly Archives: July 2016

ARTICLE 50 AND LEGAL ARGUMENTS ABOUT THE PROCESS OF BREXIT

The legal issues surrounding the process of Brexit are manifold. They are likely to be litigated soon. There has been no shortage of legal practitioners and academics who are contributed to this debate. 10th August 2016 Full Fact – Can the UK change its mind about leaving the EU? 7th August 2016 Oxford Business Law […]

ABOUT THIS BLOG

This blog grew from a series of links on Civil Litigation Brief. It soon became clear that this is a a major topic and requires a blog of its own. This is a blog that is constantly being updated.

There are sections below which have links to key areas

– Article 50 and legal issues relating to leaving.
– Litigation
– General overviews
– Effect on the legal profession
– Employment law
– Family law
– Immigration law
– Human rights
– Personal Injury
– Commercial law
– Intellectual property
– Tax law
– Privacy and data protection
– Article 50 and legal issues relating to leaving.
– The internet and the law
– e-disclosure and Brexit
– Planning law
-Commercial property and landlord and tenant
– Energy Sector
– Environmental law
– Farming and the Law
– Law firm sites and blogs on Brexit
– Blogs about Brexit and the Law