Gergely Polner, a partner at Hanbury Strategy, and Phillip Souta, the Advocate’s editor, discuss the legal basis for a future UK-EU trade agreement.
Phillip Souta speaks to Jolyon Maugham QC who was centre stage of the legal battles that happened around Brexit. Was trying to stop Brexit in the courts right and what might its legacy be?
Philip Moser QC
The new editor of the Advocate has kindly asked me to contribute a short piece in the style of the ‘editor’s note’ that I wrote over almost twenty years as editor of this magazine. In the internal jargon I used with the publisher, I used to call this the ‘ednote’. Accordingly I think of this as the endnote.
Martin Howe QC, of 8 New Square, asks how much will change for intellectual property now that Britain has left the European Union, and what challenges lie ahead.
The BEG scholars report on the Bar European Group’s overseas meeting in 2019, held in Poland on the theme ‘The EU and the UK: solidarity past, present and future’.
Stephanie Dare, a lawyer at Clifford Chance, analyses the government’s new EU settlement Scheme and asks what steps businesses employing EU nationals should be taking.
Evanna Fruithof, consultant director of the Bar Council’s Brussels office, looks at whether UK lawyers will have cross-border practice rights in the EU.