Since January 1st, 2021 the Brexit transition period completely ended. For the business and private subjects of Lithuania, it means that before filing the claim/complaint against a UK subject or negotiating with it over the terms of a future contract it is essential to be aware of the new post-Brexit legal landscape.
In the first article of the series you can find the insights made by associate Dmitrij Mačiugin regarding changes applied to dispute resolution mechanisms between subjects of Lithuania and the UK after Brexit is done:
- How is the governing or applicable law determined after the Brexit?
- How the jurisdiction of the courts of EU27 and the UK is determined after the Brexit?
- What are the features of the application of the Hague Convention on determining the jurisdiction of courts?
- How the issue of jurisdiction is or will be resolved by the courts of Lithuania?
- Will Brexit affect the arbitration?
- What changes will be made to jurisdiction rules regarding disputes of reimbursement of damages incurred by violations of regulation rules (in competition law case)?
The full article can be found here (in Lithuanian only).