A Post-Brexit Guide To UK-Swiss Disputes

By Janine Alexander and Sébastien Collart (March 5, 2021, 5:11 PM EST) -- The Brexit transition period ended on Dec. 31, 2020, or "Exit Day."[1] Since Jan. 1, the courts of England and Wales are no longer covered by the EU rules for establishing jurisdiction and for mutual recognition and enforcement of judgments between member states contained in the Brussels Regulation.

Brexit also resulted in the U.K. no longer being party to the Lugano Convention, which establishes unified rules regarding jurisdiction and the mutual recognition and enforcement of judgments between the EU member states other than Denmark as one entity — previously, but now no longer, including the U.K. — and Norway, Denmark, Iceland...

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