UK: Competitions and Markets Authority could require post-Brexit reform

The UK's Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) may require significant reform and investment after the UK leaves the European Union, according to top London lawyers.

Published 30 June 2016

Law firms set out Brexit impact on Irish businesses

The UK's decision to leave the European Union will have major ramifications for Irish and UK businesses, according to some of Ireland's biggest law firms.

Published 27 June 2016

Businesses face 'race against time' to prepare for Brexit

Businesses across the UK and Europe face a "race against time" to prepare for Brexit, according to advisers at Pinsent Masons.

Published 24 June 2016

Brexit: What Happens Next?

Following the victory for Leave in the EU referendum, Professor Stephen Tierney sets out the next steps in the constitutional process. 

Published 24 June 2016

Brexit fears drive City lawyers to seek admission in Ireland

A record number of UK solicitors will have been admitted to practice in Ireland in the first six months of 2016 due to Brexit fears, the Law Society of Ireland has said.

Published 20 June 2016

Matheson holds breakfast Brexit briefing

Matheson this week hosted a business breakfast briefing on Brexit on behalf of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce.

Published 17 June 2016

UK Supreme Court denies expats Brexit vote

Over a million British expats have been denied the right to vote in the EU referendum following a ruling of the UK Supreme Court that people who have lived outside of the UK for more than 15 years cannot vote on June 23.

Published 25 May 2016

Charlie Flanagan in keynote Brexit address in Belfast

Ireland's Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan yesterday delivered the keynote address at a Belfast conference on Brexit and its consequences.

Published 19 May 2016

Over 120 attend Brexit event in Law Society House

Over 120 legal professionals and academics discussed a prospective British exit from the European Union (EU) at an event hosted by the Law Society of Northern Ireland.

Published 12 May 2016

NI: Brexit and Intellectual Property - the devil is in the detail

Dawn McKnight, partner in the corporate team at Belfast firm Carson McDowell, delves deeper into the Brexit debate and explores some of the finer details which could cause concerns for local companies with IP rights.

Published 21 April 2016

Pinsent Masons hosts Brexit debate with UK government minister

The UK government's Minister for Europe took part in a discussion about Brexit at an event hosted by Pinsent Masons.

Published 30 March 2016

Eversheds briefs businesses on Brexit impact on Ireland

The potential implications for Ireland of a British exit from the EU were explored at a special briefing held by Dublin Chamber of Commerce and international law firm Eversheds this morning.

Published 3 March 2016

Attorney General claims Brexit could protect UK citizens from human rights abuses

Northern Ireland's Attorney General John Larkin QC has said a UK withdrawal from the European Union would not undermine the protection of human rights.

Published 29 February 2016

Legal implications of Brexit to be debated in Belfast

The legal implications of a British exit from the European Union will be discussed at an event in Belfast later this month.

Published 10 February 2016

McCann Fitzgerald leads Irish intervention in Brexit debate

Irish law firm McCann Fitzgerald firmly planted its flag on the "In" side of Britain's European Union debate by hosting a pro-European business event in London.

Published 28 January 2016