The Brexit vote presents a host of questions, challenges and opportunities.
The vote has rejected the status quo but does not indicate what will replace it.
The UK and the EU will now need to negotiate the UK’s exit and decide on the nature of their future relationship.
For business there is a lot at stake. There are huge differences between something like the Norwegian model on one hand and reliance solely on rights and obligations under World Trade Organization rules on the other. If a bespoke free trade agreement is preferred, decisions will need to be made about how deep and comprehensive it should be. All this will have to be negotiated.
Our team of dedicated lawyers is already answering client queries about Brexit, helping reduce uncertainties, assess risks and seize opportunities.