The House of Lords EU Justice Sub-Committee will publish its report into what alternative plans the Government has to replace the loss of EU regulations which govern cooperation in civil and family law in the UK on Monday 20 March.
In legal disputes with a cross border dimension, EU regulations provide certainty on what jurisdiction these should be pursued in whilst also allowing for the automatic recognition and enforcement of judgments throughout the EU. The report considers how the loss of this will affect future legal proceedings on issues including divorce; custody of children; medical negligence claims and employment disputes.
Embargoed copies of the report will be available to the media from the Lords Press Office on Friday 17 March embargoed until 00:01 Monday 20 March.
- The Committee’s report along with written evidence and transcripts of oral evidence sessions, will be available on the Committee’s webpagefrom 00:01 Monday 20 March.
- The Committee is chaired by Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws. To arrange interviews or other media activity with the Committee please contact Anouska Russell on +44(0) 207 219 8535.
- The House of Lords EU Justice Sub-Committeeis one of six sub-committees of the House of Lords European Union Select Committee. To find out more, including the Committee’s membership, please visit its webpage.
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