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The business community is now planning for the 31 October 2019, when it is expected that the UK will leave the EU. 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:

Please contact a member of the team with any Brexit questions or concerns.

Business Contracts

Leaving the EU will affect some of your existing contracts. It may affect future contracts you plan to sign. In preparation, you should be thinking about the following points.

To discuss these issues and for concise legal advice, please contact Stephen Sidkin.


Recent news, articles and deals:

Immigration and Brexit: 10 questions to askmore
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No-deal Brexit - the effect on data flowsmore
Brexit: What does a no-deal scenario mean for your EU registered trade marks and designs?more
Immigration: What do you need to think about in the event of a no-deal Brexit?more
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Implications on UK immigration following the rejection of the Withdrawal Agreementmore
Stephen Sidkin and Sacha Schoenfeld speaking at the BCFA Implications of Brexit seminarmore
Register for our Immigration Webinar, 14 February 2019more
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Hiring EEA and non-EEA employees in a post Brexit worldmore
Brexit and your business contracts: maintaining data flows between the UK and the EUmore
Brexit withdrawal and intellectual property – updatemore
Stephen Sidkin writes in Footwear Today on Brexit: Find solutions to the potential chaosmore
Deal or No Deal? UK proposes new law to protect fashion designs post Brexitmore
How is the fashion industry preparing as we enter the final countdown to Brexit? Stephen Sidkin quoted in ES magazinemore
Brexit: Agency & Distributorship Agreementsmore
Brexit and your EU national employees: what should you and they consider now?more
A fudge by any other name would smell as sweet - Stephen Sidkin writes for Cabinet Makermore
EU Withdrawal Treaty - IP provisionsmore
Brexit, the courts and arbitrationmore
Stephen Sidkin and Sarah Redmond write for CWB online on Fashion, designs and Brexitmore
A guide to Brexit for the UK fashion industrymore
Jonathan Segal writes for Lexoo: One year on - legal implications of Brexitmore


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