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Brussels Seminar on Brexit: UK’s Constitutional Aspects of Article 50 — 6 September 2016

Posted on 05 Sep 2016 by Brick Court


Brick Court Chambers invites you to a seminar on

Brexit: UK’s Constitutional Aspects of Article 50

Tuesday, 6 September 2016
15:00 – 16:30 CET
9:00 – 10:30am EST

Siemens AG, Avenue des Arts 20, 1000 Brussels, Belgium

Following the Brexit referendum result, this Trans-Atlantic Business Council seminar will examine the UK dimension of Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. Richard Gordon QC of Brick Court Chambers will make a presentation on the constitutional aspects of triggering the Article 50 process in the UK: Prime Minister or Parliament? Alastair Sutton of Brick Court Chambers will add a short section on the trade policy aspects of Brexit. These presentations will be followed by a Q&A where their colleague Robert O’Donoghue will contribute in response to any questions on related competition or regulatory matters.

Attendees may join the meeting on-site in Brussels or participate via conference call.