The UK has decided to leave the European Union. The question now is: what happens next?
 
Brodies has been considering and advising clients on the raft of legal, political and commercial issues relating to Brexit, particularly those specific to Scotland. With Scotland’s leading EU and constitutional law team, we are uniquely placed to help clients in the private, public and third sectors understand and address the many questions to which the ‘Leave’ vote gives rise.

Scroll down for commentary on the key issues, including:

  • the process and timetable for leaving the EU;
  • the effect of Brexit on UK and Scots law and regulation;
  • the potential models for a new UK-EU trading relationship;
  • the possible effect of the Brexit vote on the Scottish independence debate; and
  • what Brexit could mean in areas including IP, commercial contracts, data protection, fishing, renewables, financial services and employment law.

We are ready and willing to help you navigate the key issues, assess what Brexit will mean for you and formulate an appropriate strategy. Please do get in touch with one of the contacts below if we can be of any assistance.

For additional guides, downloads and sector-specific analysis, visit our Brexit Advisory Group hub.

News

13.06.16
This article first appeared on The Scotsman Business Channel on 13 June 2016.   On 23 June the UK will decide whether to remain in the EU and, regardless of the state...
05.02.16
This article first appeared on the Brodies Employment Law Blog on 5 February 2016.   What could the EU referendum mean for employment law? If the UK votes to withdraw...
01.05.16
This article first appeared in Energy Now on 1 May 2016. Renewables has not featured in the debate on EU membership as yet, but this is not to say Brexit would not have...
27.05.16
This article first appeared in The Journal on 27 May 2016. A shortened version also appeared on The Scotsman's Business Channel on 31 May 2016. Gill Grassie discusses...