- Time to Brexit—article 50 and what lies ahead
- What does this result mean for the UK politically, economically and legally? Is there an immediate impact to consider?
- Looking ahead over the coming weeks, what are the key next steps?
- Why is the formal notice under TEU, art 50 significant?
- As well as negotiating its withdrawal, the UK would also need to negotiate its post-exit arrangements with the EU (and the rest of the world?) Can this be done simultaneously?
- What are the key challenges that the UK faces during the withdrawal period? Does it have the resources to address these challenges?
- Lawyers will be in demand for advice on the situation. Which practice areas will be most affected?
Public Law analysis: Charles Brasted, partner, and Andrew Eaton, associate, at Hogan Lovells, consider the immediate and future impact of the UK’s vote to leave the EU, the withdrawal procedure under article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union (TEU) and what happens next.
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