Past Events


Sanctions after Brexit

21/06/18, Public Law

This event explores the impact of Brexit on economic sanctions from different perspectives – law, policy, and industry.  The first panel discusses the new legal framework in the UK, the...

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Bills of Lading - recent developments

19/06/18, Commercial

The law on this topic has evolved at varying speeds over the last 500 years or so, but there has been a profusion of recent cases. These include important judgments...

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Competition Litigation: Economics in Practice

06/06/18, EU/Competition

On 6th June 2018, Brick Court co-hosted a seminar with FTI Consulting and Compass Lexecon, which brought together thought leaders in the competition community to share the latest economic practices in competition...

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Telecommunications: some changes in the pipeline

07/03/18, EU/Competition

On 7th March, Brick Court hosted a conference entitled "Telecommunications: some changes in the pipeline" which explored, from a range of perspectives, selected recent and future developments in telecommunications law,...

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Who rules the internet?

23/11/17, Commercial, EU/Competition, Public Law

On 23 November, Brick Court and techUK hosted a conference entitled ‘Who rules the internet?’ which examined some topical issues in the interaction of law and technology in relation to...

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Commercial fraud - law & practice

12/10/17, Commercial

Part One: "Analysing and Preparing Fraud Claims" - Chaired by Lord Neuberger 05:45: Michael Swainston QC - The importance of forensic analysis 18:55: Ben Woolgar - Unlawful means conspiracy 31:25: Joanne...

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Topical issues on shipbuilding disputes

29/03/17, Commercial

The English courts and London arbitration tribunals continue to produce judgments and awards of interest, in relation to what might seem to the casual observer as a relatively simple form...

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Brexit – the judges speak

30/01/17, EU/Competition

On Monday 30th January 2017 Brick Court Chambers and The Times presented a panel discussion about the Supreme Court’s judgment in the Miller Article 50 case. The debate was chaired by David...

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Brexit: Security, surveillance and home affairs

06/12/16, EU/Competition

On Tuesday 6 December 2016, Brick Court hosted a Brexit panel discussion on “Security, Surveillance and Home Affairs”.  Gordon Corera, the BBC’s Security Correspondent, moderated the event.  He opened it...

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Brexit: Banking and Financial Services

10/11/16, Commercial, EU/Competition

On Thursday 10th November, Brick Court hosted the latest in its series of panel discussions on the legal implications of Brexit. The event was moderated by Mark Hapgood QC, who...

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