Legal support following withdrawal from the EU.
The UK officially exited the EU on 31 January 2020, with a transition period (outlined by the UK/EU Withdrawal Agreement) that operated until 31st December 2020. Now, the UK is no longer part of the EU Single Market and Customs Union and is subject to trade deals being agreed. These trade deals, which may to some extent replicate existing arrangements, could take several years to agree and implement.
Amidst considerable ongoing confusion and uncertainty, what is clear is that withdrawal from the EU will generate significant changes to the way UK companies must now do business and to our laws, for both businesses and individuals. Collyer Bristow’s London based lawyers can help you understand and work through the legal changes resulting from Brexit.
Brexit legal services for businesses
- Banking & financial disputes
- Commercial contracts
- Commercial disputes (For EU companies that do business in or have disputes resolved in the UK)
- Competition & antitrust
- Data protection & GDPR
- Financial services
- Financial regulation
- Intellectual property
- Inward investment into the UK
Brexit legal services for individuals and families
If you would like to speak to a legal expert about how Brexit might impact you in a personal or business legal matter, call us on +44 20 7242 7363 or fill out our online enquiry form.
Brexit legal updates
Withdrawal from the EU generates significant changes to the way UK companies must now do business, and to our laws affecting both businesses and individuals. Click below to read our latest legal updates on how Brexit will affect you, your family and your business.
Changes to the Immigration Rules: What you need to know
Since 31 December 2020, most UK businesses looking to employ non-UK residents now need to do so via the new “Skilled Worker” visa route. Read our latest guide on what you need to know if you employ non- UK resident workers.