On 23 May 2019 Katherine Apps appears in the General Court of the EU to argue the first action for annulment ever brought by a Trade Union against the European… Read more »
Timothy Lyons QC will be speaking at this year’s STEP Europe conference on private clients and EU Law. The conference will take place in Cyprus on 27-28 June. For more… Read more »
Today, Advocate General Bobek has delivered his opinion in Case C-198/18 CeDe Group AB v KAN Sp. z.o.o. (in insolvency) (see here), a case which relates to the vitally important… Read more »
Timothy Lyons QC is General Editor of “European Cross-Border Estate Planning”, which has recently been made available by Sweet & Maxwell on Westlaw. The book contains chapters on many EU… Read more »
Interestingly, the Prime Minister’s belief that she can still persuade Parliament to pass a version of her EU Withdrawal Agreement by 22nd May is reflected at the Hague Conference on… Read more »
Fenella Morris QC, Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho and Professor Andrea Biondi have successfully defended Wasps against an order sought that they had received illegal State aid, alleged to be in the region… Read more »
Timothy Lyons QC BL spoke at the CBI tax committee on Friday 12th April 2019 on “Tax and the EU/UK Political Declaration”.
Gethin Thomas’ article ‘Canary Wharf (BP4) T1 Ltd v European Medicines Agency: not frustrated by Brexit…’ has been published on Thomson Reuters’ Practical Dispute Resolution Blog. ‘In Canary Wharf (BP4) T1… Read more »
Michael McParland QC sheds light on article 62 in The Guardian’s ‘Letters’. To read the full article, please click here.
The current position EU and EFTA resident claimants and counterclaimants are currently a protected species in English litigation: an order for security for costs, based on the fact they are… Read more »