Brexit Blog launches with Brexit Q&A

As formal Brexit negotiations have now started, Herbert Smith Freehills is pleased to announce the launch of its new Brexit Notes blog, where you will find articles and updates on the latest Brexit developments.

 

As well as reporting on new developments going forward, Brexit Notes has been pre-populated with a selection of articles and posts. You can subscribe to the blog to receive notifications by e-mail as soon as items are posted, or you can visit the site whenever you choose.

 • Please click here to access the site where you can subscribe to receive notifications as soon as new items are posted

• Please click here to see our Brexit Q&A, which aims to answer some commonly asked questions as a result of the recent confusion following the general election and to clarify some of the key terminology increasingly used in the context of Brexit

 

Herbert Smith Freehills' technical analysis of Brexit is market leading, underpinned by top-tier practices in all areas. We began our Brexit analysis 18 months before the referendum and our EU law and international trade law capability distinguishes us from most other City law firms. Our trade lawyers are not only experts in the law; they understand the practical workings of the WTO and have first-hand in-house experience of trade law practices at the EU Commission. The firm's work is enriched by our experience advising on legislative and regulatory reform, while in-depth coverage is assured through established working groups focused on sectors and specialisms. We also understand that Brexit has global implications – each of our 26 offices is looking at what Brexit means from the point of view of its part of the world.

 

Click here to visit our Brexit hub page.

 

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