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News on the Brexit

30.03.2017 EU law

On 29th March 2017, the United Kingdom has triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, thus making the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union official nine months after the referendum and starting the maximum two-year countdown of the exit process. While UK-EU trade relations will have to be redefined and some legislation ought to be reviewed, the consequences that the Brexit has for our very integrated jurisdiction and enforcement framework remain uncertain.

Stibbe Brexit Team
Brexit brings legal uncertainty. Consequences will vary depending on the markets  involved and area of law. Stibbe's Brexit team is available to advise you on all legal, regulatory and tax implications of Brexit on your business. Please get in touch with either your usual  Stibbe contact or our Stibbe Brexit team for advice. 

Brexit page
On our Brexit theme page you can find relevant information regarding the Brexit. We discussed various possible scenarios for the new arrangements between the UK and the EU. These scenarios stem from arrangements that the EU has with other non-EU countries. Beside this, related news posts on the Brexit are also gathered here.

Read more on the Brexit theme page.

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