UK and The Hague Treaties after Brexit

March 10, 2020

Private International Law Bill introduced in Parliament The UK has regained full competence to strike international agreements on Private International Law since leaving the EU. • now we have left the EU, the UK can capitalise on regaining full competence to enter into international agreements in Private International Law • new Bill will allow those…

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United States of America v. State of Arizona Continues

April 11, 2011

We have continuously reported about Arizona’s controversial immigration law. The law included a provision that would require the police to determine the immigration status of a person they have detained and suspect is in the country illegally. Today, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals released a ruling in which it upheld a preliminary injunction…

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