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Delivering the goods

Understanding your supply chain is perhaps the most Brexit-critical action facing your business in the run up to the UK’s exit from the EU. …

No deal, all change?

As the clock runs down towards March 29, we’ll all be hearing more about ‘WTO rules’ – a lot more. What are they, and …

What Brexit may mean for Dispute Resolution – Part 2

Following on from our first instalment of ‘What Brexit may mean for Dispute Resolution’, we now look to examine the impact that Brexit may …

What Brexit may mean for Dispute Resolution – Part 1

In times of economic and commercial change, parties are often forced to (re)consider whether their contracts are still financially viable, whether they can fulfil …

Just about managing?

We know what you’re thinking – Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without Brexit, and what could be more festive than mince pies, mistletoe, carols, …

Brexhaustion

As Theresa May returned to Europe this week to convince EU leaders to amend the withdrawal agreement, the EU and Civil Service separately announced …

May-be or May-be not?

If you’ve turned on the radio this morning, you’ll have heard two things – news of a vote of confidence in Theresa May’s leadership …

O Come, All Ye Faithful – our thoughts on the meaningful vote

Watching Theresa May standing on the steps of Number 10, leading a chorus of ‘O Come, All Ye Faithful’ in front of the assembled …

So many acronyms, so little time…

EU, EC, WTO – the problem with Brexit is that there aren’t enough acronyms. Step forward a growing number of MPs from across the …

In the beginning, there was article 50…

In a nutshell, article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union is the clause by which a member state notifies the European Council …