Public Law

The UK and the EU have now agreed on a further “Brextension” to 31 October 2019.

However, the possibility of a no-deal exit remains. This recent blog post explains why.

In the event of a no-deal Brexit, the right to move goods freely between the UK and the EU would be lost and trade would revert to World Trade Organization (“WTO”) rules and principles. But what does this actually mean?

For more information on WTO rules read our recent legal update on the Brexit Hub.

Hannah Frahm

Solicitor and Practice Development Lawyer at Brodies LLP
Hannah is a Solicitor and Practice Development Lawyer for the Brexit Advisory Group and our Commercial Services Division. She is also a German qualified lawyer with a professional background in Real Estate. Hannah brings to the firm a multinational legal education (with stints in Germany, France, Thailand and the UK), a strong academic profile (German PhD in process) and communicative support for our German and French speaking clients.
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