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Brexit: what now?

29 July 2016

Uncoupling UK law from the EU

Much UK law is currently linked to that of the EU. Ending the UK’s membership of the EU will require significant uncoupling of the two legal systems.

This paper provides an introduction to the inter-relationship of UK law and EU law and the legal mechanisms that might be used to separate them. As the issues surrounding implementation are highly complex, this introductory paper tries to provide a clear outline that can act as the foundation for more detailed analysis.

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Industries: Financial Institutions

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Possible models for the UK/EU relationship

14 July 2016

This paper summarizes some potential alternative models for the UK’s future relationship with the European Union, together with the key differences between the models which will need to be addressed in determining both the shape and impact of that new relationship.

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Industries: Financial Institutions

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Brexit clauses

11 July 2016

We explore what you need to know about Brexit clauses and why you might need them in your contracts.

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Services: Business Structures, Commercial, Complex Contracting

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Brexit and UK-related M&A

4 July 2016

Whatever your M&A strategy, you want to understand and react properly to the post-referendum world. In this note, we look at some of the immediate legal issues and questions which arise following the EU Referendum result in relation to UK M&A - from public and private M&A to merger control, MACs, due diligence and restrictive covenants.

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Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Mergers and Acquisitions

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Brexit — Why Hogan Lovells?

29 June 2016

When law, policy and politics converge, you need advisors who do not see Brexit through a narrow lens. You need advisors who see the big picture but don’t miss the details. In uncharted waters, you need advisors who are not afraid to innovate.

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