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The End of EU Sugar Quotas

By: Leigh Edwards             On October 1, 2017, the European Union’s (“EU”) domestic production quota system for sugar ended after more than a decade of import quotas and tariffs, production quotas, and a minimum floor price.[i]  As the EU waived goodbye to their quotas, the European Commission (“Commission”) remained confident that the scrapping of quotas…






Brexit Effect on Dispute Resolution in London

By: Joshua Stephens As a result of the historic June 23, 2016, vote by the citizens of the United Kingdom (UK) to leave the European Union (EU), the UK will be experiencing some very major and influential changes in its legal system.[1] In light of this, the UK intends to enact what is being referred to as the ‘Great Repeal…