After a lengthy campaign, the votes have been counted and the future of the UK's membership within the EU has been decided. The British public has decided that the UK will leave, and no longer be a member state of, the European Union. Read more.
The result is in. The decision has been made. The British public have decided that the UK will leave the European Union. Over the coming weeks, months and even years, we will add to the growing number of legal updates on the topic of the EU referendum. It may be some time before answers on many aspects become clear. If you wish to be updated, click here to register your interest in receiving Brexit updates from Shoosmiths.
Read the statement from our Chairman on the results of the EU Referendum and what clients can expect from Shoosmiths.
The High Court has decided that triggering Article 50 requires a vote by MPs.
Each day brings renewed claims that our nation will either be losing out or mining a rich seam of opportunity.
We are here to help you at a time of uncertainty for European IP rights holders.
We look at what The General Data Protection Regulation, that it will come into effect from 28 May 2018, means for the UK in the light of Brexit.
Our partners in competition, employment, real estate, corporate and commercial comment on the EU referendum result.
Leaving the EU is likely to have an impact across the board and in several areas specifically relating to UK pensions.
In response to Brexit, we've developed a tailored contract review process to help you identify the provisions.
Following the dramatic results in the EU Referendum, immigration issues will be top of the negotiations with the European Union as the United Kingdom seeks to leave.
Read about the event hosted by Shoosmiths providing opinion and insight into the EU Referendum.
In this article we consider some of the implications for employers generally.
Businesses should take steps now to look at the potential of Brexit on their business and usual trading relationships.
With increasing numbers campaigning for Britain to leave the EU, ever closer union is looking ever more uncertain.
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