Complexity's embrace : the international law implications of Brexit

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Summary

  • "This book explores the implications of the United Kingdom's departure from the United Kingdom from an international law perspective in the areas of financial services, trade, intellectual property, the environment and human rights."-- Publisher's description.

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references.

Contents

  • Brexit and international trade : one year after the referendum / Valerie Hughes -- Squaring the circle : the search for an accommodation between the European Union and the United Kingdom / Armand de Mestral -- Renegotiating the EU-UK trade relationship : lessons from NAFTA / David A. Gantz -- Trade policy in the age of populism : why the new bilateralism will not work / Thomas Cottier -- Brexit and financial services : navigating through the complexity of exit scenarios / Maziar Peihani -- How does it feel to be a third country? The consequences of Brexit for financial market law / Matthias Lehmann and Dirk Zetzsche -- Cross-border insolvencies after Brexit : views from the United Kingdom and Continental Europe / Howard P. Morris, Gabriel Moss, Federico M. Mucciarelli, and Christoph G. Paulus -- Failing financial institutions : how will Brexit impact cross-border cooperation in recovery, reconstruction and insolvency processes? / Dorothy Livingston -- UK patent law and copyright law after Brexit : potential consequences / Luke McDonagh -- The effect of Brexit on trademarks, designs and other "Europeanized" areas of intellectual property law in the United Kingdom / Marc Mimler -- Brexit and environmental law : the rocky road ahead / Markus Gehring and Freedom-Kai Phillips -- Advancing environmental justice in a post-Brexit United Kingdom / Damilola S. Olawuyi -- Brexit and international environmental law / Richard Macrory and Joe Newbigin -- Brexit, Brexatom, the environment and future international relations / Stephen Tromans -- Lessons from Brexit : reconciling international and constitutional aspirations / Oonagh E. Fitzgerald -- Brexit and human rights / Colm O'Cinneide -- Brexit : can the United Kingdom change its mind? / Helen Mountfield -- Conclusion / Oonagh E. Fitzgerald and Eva Lein
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