The key uncertainty when it comes to dispute resolution is over the future role of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) post-Brexit as the ultimate court governing disputes across borders. The legal basis for dispute resolution cannot be stated with certainty until this is resolved.
DISPUTE RESOLUTION LINKS
Dispute resolution after Brexit – an analysis from the Institute for Government
Arbitration will of course remain an alternative to dispute resolution via the courts. Arbitrators can be nominated in contracts and this mechanism for dispute resolution currently seems unlikely to change very much after Brexit.
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