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USA for sale? British firms target America after Brexit bruises the pound

7 February 2017

CNBC

Tom Whelan comments on UK firms paying more attention to acquisitions in the U.S.

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Jurisdictions: United Kingdom, U.S.

Brexit Bulletin

MPs gear up for Brexit vote

1 February 2017

Last week, the Supreme Court ruled that Prime Minister May cannot trigger Article 50 without an Act of Parliament authorising her to do so. In response, and just two days later, the Government published its 'Article 50 Bill'. At only 130 words, the Government hopes there would be little to discuss and debate.

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UK Lawmakers Back Gov't To Begin Brexit Process

1 February 2017

Law360

News article featuring our blog on the Article 50 bill by Charles Brasted and Andrew Eaton.

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Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Government Relations and Policy Advocacy

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Post-Brexit trade deals 'should give enhanced attention to financial services'

31 January 2017

Business Reporter

News story citing a report we, along with TheCityUK and The City of London Corporation, have co-authored for financial institutions on third country regimes and alternatives to passporting.

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Industries: Financial Institutions, Insurance
Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Financial Services, Insurance

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Call for financial services to get post-Brexit priority

31 January 2017

The Scotsman

News story citing a report we, along with TheCityUK and The City of London Corporation, have co-authored for financial institutions on third country regimes and alternatives to passporting.

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Industries: Financial Institutions, Insurance
Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Financial Services, Insurance

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Londense City zet in op ‘speciale deal’ met EU

25 January 2017

Financieel Dagblad 

News story in the Dutch publication Financieel Dagblad citing our report with TheCityUK on alternatives to passporting. Partner Rachel Kent is quoted.

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Industries: Financial Institutions, Insurance
Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Financial Services, Insurance

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Top lawyer says UK Supreme Court’s Brexit ruling includes surprise

25 January 2017

Australasian Lawyer

Partner Charles Brasted is quoted in the Australian publication Australasian Lawyer on his reaction to the Supreme Court ruling on Article 50.

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Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Administrative and Public Law, Government Relations and Policy Advocacy

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Brexit Ruling Opens Early Door For Market Access Demands

24 January 2017

Law360

The UK Supreme Court’s Tuesday ruling that the government cannot bypass Parliament when launching formal Brexit talks has opened the door for lawmakers to push for access to the European Union single market, financial attorneys say, adding yet another layer of uncertainty to Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans.  Partner Dominic Hill is quoted.

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Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Government Relations and Policy Advocacy

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Acht Richter gegen Theresa May

24 January 2017

Handelsblatt

Partner Charles Brasted is quoted in the German publication Handelsblatt on his reaction to the Supreme Court ruling on Article 50.

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Jurisdictions: Germany, United Kingdom
Services: Government Relations and Policy Advocacy

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Charles Brasted, partner at Hogan Lovells, comments on today's Brexit Supreme Court ruling

24 January 2017

Hogan Lovells

The Claimants argued that an Act of Parliament was required to authorise the triggering of Article 50, and the Supreme Court has ruled (by a majority of 8 to 3) that they were right.

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Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Government Relations and Policy Advocacy

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New report underlines need for bespoke UK-EU deal

23 January 2017

Hogan Lovells

A new report, released today by the International Regulatory Strategy Group (IRSG) [1] in collaboration with Hogan Lovells, concludes that the focus of the Brexit negotiations should be on designing and delivering a bespoke UK-EU deal rather than reforming or adapting existing frameworks. This bespoke deal should be based on mutual recognition and regulatory cooperation and allow for mutual market access, delivering the same, or comparable, levels of access rights to those currently available.

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Industries: Financial Institutions
Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Financial Services

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UK Urged To Seek 'Ambitious' Bespoke Brexit Deal

23 January 2017

Law360

News story citing a report we, along with TheCityUK and The City of London Corporation, have co-authored for financial institutions on third country regimes and alternatives to passporting. Partner Rachel Kent is quoted.

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Industries: Financial Institutions
Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Financial Services

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City group calls for ‘bespoke’ UK-EU deal

23 January 2017

The Law Society Gazette 

News story citing our report with TheCityUK: ‘The EU’s third country regimes and alternatives to passporting.’  Partner Rachel Kent is quoted.

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Industries: Financial Institutions
Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Financial Services

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Customs posts on border with Ireland are ruled out

23 January 2017

The Times

News story citing our report with TheCityUK: ‘The EU’s third country regimes and alternatives to passporting.'

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Industries: Financial Institutions
Jurisdictions: United Kingdom
Services: Financial Services

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La City s'alarme de la sortie annoncée du marché unique

23 January 2017

Le Figaro

Partner Rachel Kent speaks to French publication Le Figaro about our new report with TheCityUK on alternatives to passporting.

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Industries: Financial Institutions
Jurisdictions: United Kingdom, France
Services: Financial Services