The last month has been dominated by the passage of the Brexit Bill through the House of Lords, not least as the Government does not have a majority in that chamber so has to work harder to get its way.
President Jean-Claude Juncker presented his contribution to the upcoming Rome Summit, taking place later in March and marking the 60th anniversary of the EU. It is a White Paper on the future of Europe, introducing five alternative scenarios for how the EU could develop.
Internationally operating businesses and investors are experienced and well equipped to deal with risk: for example establishing internal processes and seeking external counsel to manage operational, market and regulatory risk.
Mishcon de Reya’s Asia desk welcomed in the Year of the Rooster in style with a Chinese New Year Party for the firm’s clients, friends and contacts. Guests enjoyed lychee martinis and dined on beef yum bun, spiced duck with bok choi and wasabi cured salmon at the inaugural party, hosted at Mishcon’s Africa House
A week is a long time in politics. But the coming weeks could feel longer than usual for UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
Gary Miller is a Partner at Mishcon de Reya. He founded the firm’s Fraud Group, which he led for over 15 years, and co-founded The International Fraud Group (IFG) – a network of specialist fraud lawyers based across 20 countries who focus on securing injunctions, asset recovery and trust busting remedies in key offshore jurisdictions.
This article was contributed by Mishcon de Reya head of private James Libson who represented Gina Miller on the landmark Article 50 legal challenge in the highest UK courts The Article 50 case was unique in many senses. First, it was a once in a generation constitutional case that any lawyer would feel privileged to
Today, 8 of 11 Supreme Court Judges at the Supreme Court upheld the decision of the High Court on Thursday 3 November that the Secretary of State does not have the power under the prerogative to give notice pursuant to Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union.