Why English courts are opening in the EU

Why English courts are opening in the EU
 

It's English law, in English - but the courtroom is in Paris.
According to French reports, the new "international chamber" is an attempt to capitalise on Brexit and steal London's crown as a global hub for lucrative commercial legal disputes.
Other English-language courts are popping up in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium, with those behind them also talking about seizing opportunities from the UK's departure from the EU.
English courts have long been chosen by companies based all over the world to govern their contracts. So are these new rivals a threat to London's crown?... read more

 
28 February 2018 in Politics, Views: 39
Source: BBC
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