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Bryan Cave London Partner Mathew Rea, co-head of the Global International Arbitration Team, authored an article featured March 26 in The Global Legal Post concerning possible Brexit outcomes. Referencing the end of Lord Briggs’ speech at the P.R.I.M.E. Finance conference in The Hague on Jan. 22, Rea examined whether Brexit will lead to a significant shift in the balance between courts and arbitration for the resolution of international commercial and financial disputes. “The UK is currently a major player in the international market for the resolution of international commercial and financial disputes,” he wrote. “There is no obvious reason why Brexit should affect these perceived advantages of the UK, or mean we are now in danger of retreating into some parochial back-alley.” Click here to read the full article.

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