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Brexit: Trade and Regulation Outlook

The UK vote to Brexit has material economic, financial, commercial, political, legal and social implications. Once the UK government has formally notified the European Council of its citizens’ decision to leave the EU, the UK...more

Light at the End of the (Channel) Tunnel

MiFID II’s Passport for “Third Countries” and the Possibility of Continued Access to the EU Market for UK Firms - The decision to hold a referendum as to whether the United Kingdom (UK) should remain a member of the...more

Brexit Q&A: Business Implications

On Thursday 23 June 2016, the UK electorate voted to leave the European Union. While this vote was advisory in nature, we expect that ultimately the UK Government and Parliament will respect the outcome and serve notice to...more

"Brexit": What American Employers Need to Know

Following the United Kingdom's stunning decision last week to leave the European Union, many US employers with employees in the UK find themselves wondering: What happens now? To be sure, "Brexit" was a monumental and...more

A Brexit Primer for Trademark Owners

On June 23, the citizens of the UK voted Yes to the question “Should the UK leave the European Union?” Here are some answers to questions that we are hearing from trademark owners....more

"Insights: Brexit"

On June 23, the UK electorate took the historic decision to leave the European Union, a process that has never been undertaken by any member state. While the vote itself does not trigger the process of exit from a legal...more

BREXIT – What does this mean for UK Data Protection law?

As the whole world now knows, the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU) in its historic referendum on 23rd June by a vote of 51.9 percent in favour of “leave” to 48.1 in favour of “remain”. This blog focusses on how that...more

Brexit: What to Expect and How to Prepare for the ‘New Normal'

The U.K. has voted, in a popular referendum, to leave the EU. The referendum is not legally binding and the result was extremely narrow: 51.9 percent in favor of leaving, 48.1 percent in favor of remaining. This partly...more

Brexit: Impact on M&A transactions

M&A activity - In the shorter term, there may well be a slow down or delay in M&A activity as parties, including funders, assess the impact of the Brexit vote and the uncertainty around the immediate future and the...more

What Does Brexit Mean For International Employers?

On June 23, 2016, in a hotly contested referendum, British voters chose to leave the European Union in a contest dubbed “Brexit” (for “British exit”). It will take some time before the full implications of this decision...more

What does Brexit mean for the European CLO Market?

In its referendum held on 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union (“Brexit”). On the following day, David Cameron announced that he will resign as Prime Minister on the election of a new Conservative Party...more

Brexit - Business as usual? What you need to know

Despite the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, companies doing business in the UK can still continue to trade with the European Union in exactly the same way as they have done in the past. The UK is still a member of...more

Brexit – Major Upheaval and Change

As the UK leaves the EU, in light of the seismic result of the United Kingdom referendum on June 23, 2016, there will be an immense amount to do, for the UK and the remaining EU, and for companies that are either based in, or...more

Brexit: What Now?

The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. The vote is not legally binding but Prime Minister David Cameron has already acknowledged that the will of the people must be followed. We consider the key preliminary...more

Bonfire of the Legalities?*

UK law after the referendum. Much has been written in the last few days (and, indeed, over the last few months) about the potential consequences of the repeal of 1000s of EU-originated laws in the UK. Most of it is an...more

Brexit – The UK’s Decision to Leave the European Union

The UK has decided to leave the European Union (“EU”) with a 51.9% vote to “Leave” the EU against 48.1% to “Remain”. This note briefly sets out next steps over the coming days, weeks and months and highlights some of the key...more

The Brexit

The result of yesterday's vote of the UK electorate is in favour of the UK leaving the European Union. This is merely the first step in a very long road (up to two years) which begins with the UK serving notice of its...more

Brexit: IP Considerations in Light of the UK’s Vote to Leave the EU

While the “Leave” result of the June 23 referendum will not have an immediate impact on intellectual property, the eventual British exit (“Brexit”) from the European Union could have long-term implications for IP protection...more

Blog: It’s #Brexit (for now). Where next for UK & non-EU regulated firms?

To the surprise of many, the UK has voted to leave the European Union by a narrow margin. Financial services businesses in the UK, and those that were planning to come here, now need to decide what (if anything) to...more

Brexit: EU Later!

The UK vote to Brexit has material economic, financial, commercial, political, legal and social implications. Once the UK government has formally notified the European Council of its citizens’ decision to leave the EU, the UK...more

Blog: It’s #Brexit (for now). Can the UK leave the European Union, and stay in the single market?

The European Treaties and the Regulations and Directives made under them give UK-authorised financial services businesses the right to carry on their activities across the EU, on a cross-border services basis and through a...more

Brexit: What are the implications for tax law?

The precise impact of a Brexit on UK tax law is not possible to determine without knowing the terms of the exit negotiated by the UK with the EU and future government decisions. There are various ways the relationship between...more

UK Votes to Leave the European Union: What Does it Mean for Fund Managers?

Following the so-called “Brexit” referendum held on 23 June 2016, the UK has narrowly voted to leave the European Union (EU). This note briefly discusses the consequences of the vote to leave, with a particular focus on fund...more

Brexit: What Does the Vote Mean for Business?

Today, it was announced that the UK public has voted to leave the European Union. There will now be a negotiation of a new relationship between the UK and Europe. The fact of the vote itself has no legal effect on the laws of...more

The UK has voted to leave the EU: What now?

The British public have voted that the UK should leave the EU. The EU Referendum vote (the Leave Vote) does not by itself result in an automatic UK exit from the EU. The EU Treaty provides for a framework for a...more

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