The business community must now plan for the consequences of the EU referendum decision. Withdrawal from the EU is likely to generate huge changes to our laws. Whether in financial regulation, employment law, immigration, or international trade law the impact will be widespread. But until Brexit has taken place, EU law and UK laws derived from the EU will continue to apply.
Post-Brexit, membership of the EU could be replaced by other trading arrangements with EU members, which may to some extent replicate existing arrangements. What is achievable may not become apparent for several years and until then significant uncertainty will remain.
Our Brexit team is advising clients on the changes which lie ahead.
Your Fox Williams Brexit advisory team:
- Commercial: Steve Sidkin
- Corporate Transactions: Richie Clark
- Data Protection: Nigel Miller
- Dispute Resolution: Gavin Foggo
- Employment: Jane Mann
- Energy and natural resources: Richie Clark
- Fashion: Steve Sidkin
- Financial Services: Peter Wright
- Immigration: Sacha Schoenfeld
- Intellectual Property: Simon Bennett
- MiFID II: Nigel Brahams
- Partnerships: Tina Williams
- Real Estate: Phillip Hope
- Technology and Fintech: Jon Segal
Please contact a member of the team with any Brexit questions or concerns.
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