Article 50 has been triggered and the countdown to Brexit begun. In the run-up to our departure from the EU, members of Shepherd and Wedderburn's dedicated Brexit advisers will continue to interrogate the regulatory and commercial issues, advising clients on next steps and helping them understand how developments in the economic and constitutional space will affect them.
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Our in-depth sector specific articles are designed to help you cut through the most pressing questions and provide best next steps advice. Should you wish to find out more about our Brexit training and services, please get in touch.
EU and constitutional publications
- When will EU law apply after Brexit?
- ECJ Judgement on EU-Singapore trade deal: implications for Brexit
- The Great Repeal Bill: White Paper UK law post-Brexit
- Brexit Bill and IndyRef2: Implications for pension schemes
- Filling the black holes in Brexit
- House of Lords Committee Reports
- Government needs consent from Parliament to trigger Brexit
- Brexit: impact on immigration and free movement
- Scotland's Place in Europe: Scottish Government Proposals for Remaining in European Single Market
- Legislating for Brexit: The Great Repeal Bill
- Triggering Brexit: the legal issues surrounding Article 50
- Brexit: EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement
- Brexit: What are Scottish Parliament's legislative powers and limitations
Signposting for the UK’s future relationship with Europe
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Sector-by-sector briefing and analysis
In addition to over-arching UK and EU constitutional briefings, we have produced a range of sector specific briefings. Our comprehensive library of briefings can be downloaded from the table below.