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WTO Brexit ‘threatens UK’s maritime legal standing’

A WTO Brexit might cause uncertainty and less predictability when it comes to establishing jurisdiction and enforcing judgments. It may also affect the UK’s current dominating market position in the provision of maritime services and bring more maritime litigation to Denmark and the rest of Scandinavia, argues one lawyer

While the future relationship between the UK and European Union is still uncertain, leaving the EU without an agreement may affect the venue for future maritime litigation in the UK and Scandinavia, according to one lawyer

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