It is possible for investors to successfully challenge the UK government for losses incurred as a result of Brexit.
The following links offer an introduction to the topic and an explanation as to why law firms are working on this issue.
For a layman’s explanation see the introduction to these suits in the Huffington Post (here).
For a more ‘lawyery’ explanation of why this is something the British government should worry about, see my article on Verfassungsblog (here) and an update on the Oxford Business Law Blog (here). In fact the government is worried about it, as evidenced in the statements by Liam Fox.
If you are researching this issue and are looking for a publication outlet, the Manchester Journal of International Economic Law is running a special issue (see here).
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