Without knowing what legislative amendments would be made by the UK government post-Brexit, an event which would herald a period of negotiation with the EU, it is impossible to predict the exact impact on business and the economy.

Nonetheless, at least in the UK corporate law arena, it is possible to highlight areas that will be relevant to UK corporates in their day-to-day operations, steps they might consider in the event of Brexit and issues that could arise for public companies and fund managers, which would likely be affected more than private companies.

Shepherd and Wedderburn has been for many years offering balanced and impartial advice on how the different scenarios might play out in the event of constitutional change.

With the EU referendum now only months away, members of our dedicated Brexit Advisers will continue to interrogate the ‘what if’ questions, relating to specific sectors, that will emerge when the UK decides whether to remain in or leave the EU.

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