Brexit is unique in its scope and complexity. It affects businesses across all sectors, yet no two businesses face precisely the same challenges; everything depends on the nature and footprint of their operations as well as those of their suppliers and customers.
To help organisations approaching the challenges and opportunities presented by Brexit, Linklaters has established a global team of leading lawyers with expertise across diverse sectors.
We are continuously analysing the full range of Brexit-related risks and opportunities facing businesses and developing strategies to manage them effectively. Working in partnership with our clients, our team offers strategic and practical advice to help plan and shape an effective response to Brexit.
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For assistance or to discuss any Brexit-related issues you may have, please get in touch with your usual Linklaters contact, or a member of our global Brexit team.
The UK Government has begun publishing amendments under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018. The purpose of the amendments is to ensure the UK’s laws work properly when the UK leaves the EU in March 2019. Up to 1000 amending statutory instruments are expected. These are being prepared on the basis of the UK leaving the EU in March 2019 without a transition period.
Linklaters Brexit Statutory Instruments Tracker
Our Brexit SI Tracker helps you follow the legislative changes that matter to you. It provides links to published SIs and more in-depth information for some of the most significant changes.
Article 50 and the withdrawal process
With continued uncertainty around the withdrawal and possible transition period, keeping up to date with the latest developments is essential. Our guides provide insights on the latest developments.
For assistance or to discuss any Brexit related issues you may have, please get in touch with your usual Linklaters contact, or a member of our global Brexit team.