While Brexit will have immediate and fundamental political, economic and other consequences, many of the key changes to the legal environment will evolve gradually over time. Businesses with exposure to the UK need to plan and organise themselves for the legal changes that may arise.
- Whatever about Brexit…Irexit is Unlikely Anytime Soon (6 January 2017)
- London High Court Judgment on Brexit: Minister may not Trigger Article 50 (3 November 2016)
- Brexit - Implications for Public Policy and Administration in Ireland (25 October 2016)
- They think it's all over - but Brexiting UK could still pull a u-turn on Article 50 (14 October 2016)
- European Parliament appoints its Brexit Representative: A Tough Pro-EU Former Belgian Prime Minister (19 September 2016)
- Irish Prime Minister gives Brexit assessment to business community (19 September 2016)
- Top Eleven Key Questions for CEOs, General Counsel and Executives on Brexit Evaluation and Planning for Businesses (13 September 2016)
- Brexit and trade agreements – What is the legal basis for the negotiations by the EU with the UK? (12 September 2016)
- Implications of Brexit for Irish Occupational Pension Schemes (09 September 2016)
A&L Goodbody has been closely monitoring the Brexit debate. We will continue to assess the implications for businesses in Ireland and Northern Ireland as the withdrawal process develops. Our team of experts from all our key practice areas (including our Belfast office) will provide ongoing guidance and in-depth sectoral analysis as to the issues that will arise.
Key Areas of Focus
In considering the likely changes to the legal environment and its impact on businesses we believe the key areas of focus can be categorised as follows: