- Environmental protection post-Brexit
- What will likely be the key impact of the plan to trigger Article 50 TEU by March 2017 (and Brexit by March 2019) for your practice area and why?
- What is your view on the government’s legislative plan to adopt existing EU law ‘where practical’?
- What are the key implications of a hard Brexit vs soft Brexit for your practice area?
- In the context of Brexit, does UK devolution have additional consequences in your practice area?
- What can lawyers and clients in your practice area be doing to prepare and when?
Environment analysis: Environmental law has been a consistent feature of concern for weaker regulation in any version of a post-Brexit UK. Haydn Davies of the UK Environmental Law Association addresses the parameters of the key issues at stake, advising how practitioners can adapt to changes up ahead, and which frameworks and enforcement mechanisms might have to step up to fill gaps left by a removal of EU law.
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