Whilst remaining optimistic that there will be a political compromise allowing continued access to the Single Market, many groups are considering how they could move their businesses to another Member State.
Article 50 – A tricky timeline
Posted in UK and EU legal framework
Much has been written about how the giving of notice by the UK under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union will trigger a two year guillotine period leading to its withdrawal.
Balfour Beatty, Brexit and Infrastructure
Posted in Infrastructure, mining and commodities
Balfour Beatty has recently published a paper "Infrastructure 2050: Future Infrastructure Need" which outlines the possible impact of Brexit on UK infrastructure.
Brexit - Share plans and executive remuneration
As the dust settles, we consider the impact of Brexit on share plans and executive remuneration in the short, medium and long term.
What impact is Brexit likely to have on the UK’s oil and gas industry?
Posted in Energy
Most commentators believe that Brexit, in isolation, is unlikely to have a material effect on the UK's oil and gas industry, including on UK Continental Shelf activities.
COMI reps and EU Insolvency Regulation
The European Insolvency Regulation provides for reciprocal recognition and enforcement of insolvency proceedings across Member States.
Should English law contracts include an Article 55 BRRD Bail-In Recognition Clause?
Possible hints as to the UK’s approach to Brexit
One of Theresa May’s first acts as Prime Minister was to appoint David Davis, as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union.
Brexit and financial services: 10 things you should know
Posted in Financial institutions
The briefing note explores the implications of the decision to leave the EU for the financial services sector.