Brexit is likely to have a significant impact on businesses and organisations across sectors, whether in relation to employing EU workers, safeguarding intellectual property, negotiating supplier agreements, trading internationally or managing data.

Our team of dedicated Brexit Advisers supports clients on all of these complex matters, providing the practical advice and tailored solutions to help them navigate the challenges and seize the opportunities that Brexit may present, while keeping them abreast of the latest legal and constitutional developments.

Our briefing notes are designed to help you address the most pressing issues and assist you in achieving your commercial and personal objectives. If you would like to find out more about our Brexit advisory services and how we can help you or your organisation, please do not hesitate to contact Louisa Knox or Gordon Downie, who lead our Brexit Advisers team.

'Hot topic' advice guides

Immigration and labour supply
How should organisations respond to the immigration-related workforce issues arising from the UK’s departure from the EU? 

International trade
What does Brexit mean for businesses operating internationally, and wanting to maintain access to those markets? 

Trade agreements
What traders who do business with countries currently covered by an EU preferential trade agreement need to know ahead of the UK's departure from the EU.

Intellectual property and trade marks
What will Brexit mean for trade mark and IP protection and what next steps should organisatons take?

Data protection and GDPR
What does Brexit mean for data protection and transfering personal data betwen the UK and EU, and what restrictions on data transfers will exist?

Will EU law apply post-Brexit
A concise guide to when EU law will cease to apply to the UK and what will happen at the end of the transition period.

For further information in the first instance please contact Louisa Knox and Gordon Downie, Co-Chairs of the Shepherd and Wedderburn Brexit Advisers.