Brexit: News & Views from Morton Fraser
Brexit: It is too early to judge
It appears safe to conclude that we are some time away from knowing, with certainty, what the UK's future relationship with the EU looks like.
Amidst this uncertainty, the one thing we do know is that the world will keep turning. The planning and decision making which businesses and individuals make about the future will still require to be made and whilst there is an understandable desire to take stock, few businesses or individuals will be willing to sit on their hands forever.
We are a firm which works across a wide range of sectors and with a wide range of clients - from large PLCs, owner-managed businesses, major clearing banks and angel investors to housebuilders, property developers, central and local government and private individuals. This allows us to take a broad view, whilst also seeing how the impact of Brexit-related issues can be quite different both between and within specific sectors. So our task is to work with our clients to assess what it means for each of them specifically, with the benefit of what we can see happening across the range of sectors we work in.
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The Apple Dispute: A Fundamental Issue for the EU
Brexit: A Litigator's Reflections
Brexit and Employee Relocation
Brexit, Patents, Trademarks and Data Protection: FAQ for Business
Immigration Implications for Employers
What are the Employment Law Implications for Employers?
Employment Law: Implications for Businesses of Leaving the EU
Commercial Real Estate
The Supreme Court decide on Article 50
The Scottish Government publish "Scotland's Place in Europe"
Article 50 Before the High Court in London - In R (on the application of Miller and Ors) v The Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
Indyref 2 - Consultation on a Draft Referendum Bill
Niche no longer for constitutional lawyers as changes continue
Brexit update: One month on
Brexit and Article 50 TEU