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Coming Soon to Paris: Lawsuits en Anglais

After Brexit, European cities aim to steal corporate litigation from London

For decades, London has been the place to go for big commercial disputes in Europe. Even when companies based outside Britain sue one another, the cases are often argued in London, such as one brought by UBS AG against Leipzig’s water utility and another between Libya’s sovereign wealth fund and French bank Société Générale SA. In anticipation of Britain’s exit from the European Union, cities on the Continent are stepping

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