Brexit: challenges and opportunities in a changing world of international trade

The UK’s exit from the EU will present both challenges and opportunities across the board. Whether you are a business with a domestic UK market or one trading internationally, and regardless of whether your operations are based in the UK or not.

Our Brexit experts can help you to understand what this could mean for your business – in terms of overall impact and at the detailed operational level. We’re ready to help whether you are looking at Brexit from the UK, Europe, the US, Asia or anywhere else.

Our latest insights below, along with our Brexit lens, highlight some specific areas businesses should be looking at to start preparing for Brexit now.


Ready for Brexit? Preparing for the impact of Brexit on EU citizens’ rights

To recap, a Withdrawal Agreement has been agreed in principle with the EU, and the European Council has agreed to extend the Article 50 period to 31 January 2020, although...

Written on: 5 Nov 2019


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Brexit Business Brief | Everything is possible

Welcome to Brexit Business Brief, our regular newsletter looking at Brexit developments in a legal and business context. You're receiving this newsletter because you've subscribed for Brexit Insights from Osborne...

Written on: 31 Oct 2019


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Enforcing judgments in the event of a no deal Brexit

With the prospect remaining of the UK leaving the EU without a deal, and businesses facing disruption as a result, it is important to be prepared for any contractual disputes...

Written on: 23 Oct 2019


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Brexit Business Brief | UK government’s latest, comprehensive ‘no deal’ guidance

Granular UK government guidance on 'no deal' for business and citizens The UK government this morning published its comprehensive 'No-deal readiness report', which can be read here. Coming in at...

Written on: 8 Oct 2019


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Brexit Business Brief | “Parliament has not been prorogued”

The UK Supreme Court has this morning (24 September 2019) unanimously held that the government's prorogation of Parliament is justiciable and has declared it unlawful. Not just unlawful; also "void...

Written on: 24 Sep 2019


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Brexit Business Brief | 10 days of Parliamentary tumult

'Confusion now hath made his masterpiece!' – Macduff, Macbeth. Welcome to Brexit Business Brief, our regular newsletter looking at Brexit developments in a legal and business context. You're receiving this...

Written on: 10 Sep 2019


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