- Implications of Brexit for the private client practice
- 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 versus 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?
- How does all this fit with other developments in your practice area? What does the future hold?
Private Client analysis: As private client lawyers continue to adjust to forthcoming changes in the taxation of non-doms, Brexit joins an already crowded landscape. Andrew Cameron, partner at Charles Russell Speechlys, stresses the importance of the UK maintaining a safe, open and international business environment, counselling that lawyers will have to work to preserve such priorities in a time of changeable policy.
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