The fate of UK Cross-Border Insolvency After Brexit

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Abstract

The European Union (EU) is a sui generis international organisation created with the scope of enhancing trade among its Member States. Since the founding treaties, the EU has developed intensively. Its four freedoms (freedom of movement of citizens, goods, services, and capitals) allow citizens and companies of the EU Member States to cooperate within the Union. Moreover, the EU secondary legalisation covers substantial parts of the law that are intertwined with national law. Nowadays the EU legislation covers not only matters of free movement and trade but it has expanded outside the economic scopes to afford protection to social issues such as consumers, workers, and the environment.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBrexit
Subtitle of host publicationA Way Forward
EditorsMarcello Sacco
PublisherVernon Press
Chapter9
Pages229-250
Number of pages22
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)9781622736508
ISBN (Print)9781622734399, 9781622737802
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2019
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameVernon Series in Law
PublisherVernon Press

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Casasola, O. (2019). The fate of UK Cross-Border Insolvency After Brexit. In M. Sacco (Ed.), Brexit: A Way Forward (1 ed., pp. 229-250). (Vernon Series in Law). Vernon Press.
Casasola, Oriana. / The fate of UK Cross-Border Insolvency After Brexit. Brexit: A Way Forward. editor / Marcello Sacco. 1. ed. Vernon Press, 2019. pp. 229-250 (Vernon Series in Law).
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