Employment laws affected by the UK’s exit from the European Union

News Article - 30/06/2016 : EU referendum, European Union, General, people management, UK, Human Resources

Which of the current rules are likely to change?

As the dust settles on the outcome of the EU referendum decision, employers must now plan for the consequences. The question is, what is likely to change – and when?...

Lawyers gear up for busy period as UK votes to leave EU

News Article - 27/06/2016 : brexit, EU, European Union, General, solicitors journal

New Conservative government will dictate nature of any reformed relationship with the EU, says former government lawyer

As Britons awoke on 24 June to news that the UK had voted to leave the EU, lawyers faced the prospect...

What are the potential legal consequences of Brexit?

News Article - 22/04/2016 : Allen & Overy, brexit, European Union, experts, General

On Thursday 23rd June 2016 the UK electorate will vote on the question:  “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?”

Although the official referendum...

Brexit would damage lawyers’ access to single market, Treasury predicts

News Article - 20/04/2016 : brexit, European Union, General, lawyers

Find out what the readers of Briefing magazine think of Brexit

Lawyers will be worse off if the UK leaves the...