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With Brexit scheduled for 29 March 2019, there will be both long and short term legal implications for UK and international businesses.

Although nothing is going to change overnight, the referendum vote for the UK to leave the EU presents a host of more immediate questions around your workforce, intellectual property, data and commercial contracts, amongst other areas.

Our most recent thoughts and updates on the development of Brexit can be found here:

As we learn more about the challenges ahead for our clients, contacts and their industries, we will add to this series of updates.

We look forward to hearing from you should you have any questions or concerns relating to 'Brexit'.

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