France is moving to take over yet another piece of London’s service industry by the institution of an English-speaking Court; this follows in the footsteps of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany.
Much like the Brussels-based International Business Court, the French English-speaking Appeals Tribunal in Paris seeks to complement a cluster of services emerging in Europe in the post-Brexit era. In December, Frankfurt announced that it would be setting up its own English-speaking tribunal.
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