Brexit: What are the consequences for UK employment law?
Unless you have been living in a cave this week, you will have been following the blanket media coverage of the most important event in recent memory in the UK. So while we anxiously await the outcome of whether Diego Costa has a future at Chelsea we can focus on the other issue which has... View Article
Brexit and trademark protection: what you should know
The consequences of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union will no doubt be felt globally, and across many spheres. With an ambiguous exit strategy to navigate, fresh calls to extend the transition period, and recent court rulings compounding unease, the full extent of Brexit repercussions remains to be seen.The most popular scenarios to have arisen... View Article
GOODS TRADEFrom outside the EU, the UK would have to conform to EU product rules but have no influence in setting them.The EU is in a stronger position to negotiate trade deals with non-EU countries than the UK would be on its own.Some manufacturers have threatened to leave the UK if it was outside the... View Article
GOODS TRADEIt is in the interest of both the UK and EU to continue with full access to the Single Market.Is less important to be in a trade block in 2016 than it was in 1973 due to 40 years of global trade liberalisation.UK will gain the freedom to negotiate bilateral trade agreements with non-EU... View Article