The Impact of Brexit on English Litigation

Latham & Watkins and Essex Court Chambers will discuss applicable law, service, evidence, jurisdiction, and enforcement of judgments during this virtual seminar.


Please join Latham & Watkins and Essex Court Chambers for a virtual seminar discussing the impact of Brexit on English litigation. The speakers will provide commentary and practical guidance on the latest developments, changes in procedure and practice, and pitfalls.


  • Looking ahead at the ever-changing applicable framework, in light of the UK’s possible (potentially imminent) successful accession to the Lugano Convention 2007
  • Brexit and applicable law/choice of court clauses
  • Anti-suit injunctions to protect legal right not to be sued in foreign jurisdiction
  • The impact of Brexit on the conduct of litigation, including regarding service/taking of evidence
  • The enforcement of English judgments
  • Arbitration as an alternative to the English court system


Oliver BrownePartner, Latham & Watkins, London

Sophie Lamb QC, Partner, Latham & Watkins, London

Hugh Mercer QC, Barrister, Essex Court Chambers

Angeline Welsh, Barrister, Essex Court Chambers


Please register to attend.

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