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Brexit 1st Quarter 2019
Brexit: Protected Rights for EU Citizens in the UK

The continued extensive reporting of a potential no-deal Brexit has caused worry among UK and EU nationals living in the EU and the UK respectively. The UK Secretary of State has sought to reassure EU nationals that they will not be asked to leave the UK, even if no withdrawal agreement can be reached by 29 March 2019. Ongoing Negotiations The... >>

Nadine Goldfoot Partner, Fragomen Worldwide, UK
Columns 4th Quarter 2018
Kochenov: The Growth of Citizenship and Decline of Duties
Prof. Dr. Dimitry Kochenov Chair in EU Constitutional Law, University of Groningen, Netherlands; Chairman, Investment Migration Council, Switzerland
Columns 4th Quarter 2018
On Trend: Luxury and Entertainment Spending Today
Columns 4th Quarter 2018
Diogenes: The Myth of Sisyphus
Columns 4th Quarter 2018
How to: Optimize Your Estate Planning
James Quarmby Partner and Head of Private Wealth, Stephenson Harwood LLP, UK
Brexit 4th Quarter 2018
Brexit: Future Mobility Arrangements
Nadine Goldfoot Partner, Fragomen Worldwide, UK
Columns 3rd Quarter 2018
Kochenov: The Arbitrariness of Citizenship
Prof. Dr. Dimitry Kochenov Chair in EU Constitutional Law, University of Groningen, Netherlands; Chairman, Investment Migration Council, Switzerland
Brexit 3rd Quarter 2018
Brexit: Short-term Protection of Free Movement Rights
Nadine Goldfoot Partner, Fragomen Worldwide, UK
Columns 3rd Quarter 2018
From the Editor: Crossing the Event Horizon
Dr. Christian H. Kälin
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