BREXIT | Public Sector
Post on 22 Jul 2016
What does Brexit mean for local government and its supply chain whilst the UK is putting in place its strategy?  Most of us involved in public sector infrastructure know that now is the critical time to help provide a clear and positive message which will help promote economic stability, facilitate...
Public Sector
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Brexit
The Post-Brexit Energy Sector
Post on 12 Jul 2016
It's 6 June, 1975.  Tammy Wynette is standing by her man at number one in the UK charts.  Faced with the referendum question, "Do you think the UK should stay in the European Community (Common Market)?" Britons vote emphatically "Yes".   A few weeks before that plebiscite, on 28 April, Newsweek...
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Brexit | Real Estate | Property
Post on 8 Jul 2016
In recent days three large commercial property funds managed by M&G Investments, Aviva and Standard Life, have suspended redemptions following the Brexit vote.  There is little doubt that more will follow. Investors have been buying into these commercial property funds with the aim of...
Real Estate
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Brexit | Education
Post on 7 Jul 2016
If a week is a long time in politics, the week after Brexit has got to be one of the longest weeks in recent times.  The only thing that seems to be certain is uncertainty.  However, it is still possible to usefully speculate as to some of the key issues likely to impact on education in the coming...
Education
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Brexit | Real Estate
Post on 7 Jul 2016
There is very little European Law which directly affects the ownership or the mechanics of ownership of Real Estate in England and Wales.  The decision of the UK to leave the EU will have no obvious impact the system of land registration, legal title, security or development agreements within this...
Real Estate
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How will Brexit affect retailers?
Post on 6 Jul 2016
The run up to the EU referendum involved plenty of speculation and debate, but little preparation for a possible Brexit. The reality is that few people saw this coming. As the result of the Referendum starts to sink in, what's next for retailers? The first thing to mention is that, legally, nothing...
Retail Law
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Agriculture | Brexit
Post on 5 Jul 2016
Now that the dust is settling on the decision by the UK to “Brexit”, thoughts are turning to life under the new regime. The first point to note is that Article 50 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union 2010 allows for a two year negotiated withdrawal. So for the time being, it is...
Agriculture
Brexit
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Brexit | Private Wealth
Post on 5 Jul 2016
The withdrawal of the UK from the EU will have consequences for individuals, families, their personal and business interests and the entities that protect their key assets.   The nature of these consequences will depend on the outcome of negotiations to leave the EU.  For the purposes of this...
Brexit
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Brexit: The Legal Position
Post on 1 Jul 2016
Introduction It is important to understand that currently, the law has not changed, and the UK remains a member of the EU. The referendum result is not legally binding on the current or any future government.  The vote may be followed by a decision of the UK government to leave the EU, but...
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Brexit
Brexit | Intellectual Property Law
Post on 1 Jul 2016
Whichever side you are on, last week's Brexit referendum result has placed the UK in a period of political and financial uncertainty in the short to medium term. The decision also has potentially far reaching implications for intellectual property law. Why is the EU relevant to Intellectual...
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