With the clock ticking on the Brexit negotiations and the terms of the UK’s departure from the EU still shrouded in uncertainty, our commercial team will help you understand more about the post-Brexit legal landscape with the following resources to help prepare your business for Brexit Britain.
- Brexit eNews: Improve your understanding and review commentary on the current landscape below
- Join our LinkedIn Group: share best practice and discuss the implications with other businesses in your sector
- Attend events: find out more and ask your questions at our regional events
What’s a few months between friends?
What’s a few months between friends? Well, quite a lot, actually, at least when it comes to the somewhat sensitive issue of extending Article …
Can brexit cause frustration?
Brexit really does get everywhere. This week – property law.
You may have heard of the ‘doctrine of frustration’ – essentially, where an unforeseen event …
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, …
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 …