London Partner Mathew Rea, co-head of Bryan Cave’s International Arbitration Team, was quoted Aug. 24 and 22 by Global Arbitration Review (GAR), and Aug. 23 by The Guardian and Law360 regarding release of the British government’s latest position paper on dispute resolution in advance of the next round of Brexit talks. The report relates that Britain could remain under the direct control of the European court of justice (ECJ) for years after Brexit. “This is a clear backtrack on the government’s previous stance that the ECJ would be a red line in the Brexit negotiations and that there could be no future role whatsoever for the ECJ post-Brexit,” Rea told The Guardian. Click here to read the full article. Click here to read the Aug. 24 GAR article.