Browsing Lawfinder Blogs: Brexit
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Publisher: Simmons & Simmons
KPMG Report commissioned by Dutch Ministry of Economic affairs issues warning on hard Brexit
Paving the way for a profound change to the English legal system
“Exit day” means “exit day”
Investment firms: role of ESMA in the application process
Netherlands works on its tax appeal as a destination following Brexit
Brexit issues discussed at Autumn Legal Update
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) searches for a new home following Brexit
Italy Flat Tax and Brexit
Author: Kenneth Armstrong, Professor of European Law at the University of Cambridge
Does the Validity of the Article 50 Letter Depend Upon the Existence of a Formal ‘Decision’?
Litigating Brexit – Law and its Limits
Time For a Re-Think?
Parliament Takes Back Control … or Does It?
Do They Know its Brexit Time? (Christmas Remix)
Exit Day! What Does it Mean for a ‘Transitional’ Deal?
The “Direct Effect” of the Withdrawal Agreement: Do Davis and Barnier Agree?
Staying in the Single Market: Not so EEAsy?
Publisher: Clyde & Co
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
Brexit: whisper it quietly, but I think we might actually be back in business...
Brexit: what employers and their employees need to know
Opaque, unpredictable, diminished? Parliamentary committee commentary suggests the human rights consequences of #Brexit withdrawal legislation “appear to be contrary to the Government’s intent”
Has Brexit undermined the UK’s ability to extradite its fugitives?
Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies – regulation on the horizon to combat cyber-crime?
#Brexit - Lie back and think of British citizenship
UK sanctions after Brexit: the future remains unclear
Diplomatic and state immunity – landmark Supreme Court judgments
Publisher: Norton Rose Fulbright