The Article 50 notification of the UK's withdrawal from the European Union saw us enter uncharted waters. Despite the continued uncertainties of the process, businesses and individuals need to continue to plan for the future.
Since the EU Referendum in June 2016 we have used our depth of knowledge, experience and contacts with key stakeholders in Brussels and London to assist our clients across a wide range of sectors to navigate the many legal, technical and practical questions arising from the uncertain Brexit process. As the current exit date of 31 October approaches and different potential political scenarios play out, our cross departmental Brexit Working Group is on hand to work with you, whether as part of a business or as an individual, in refining your existing Brexit strategies or in making new contingency plans.
Alongside this bespoke work, we will continue to give you access to Brexit insights which address both the general legal and political impact of the Brexit process and focussed forensic analysis to help you get to the heart of what is important for you.