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Brexit Bulletin

Whether you are a fan of Brexit, hard or soft, or an ardent Remainer, Brexit, and the deal which our Government is able to strike with the EU, is likely to have a significant impact on legal services and on many other sectors including construction, infrastructure and energy.

As lawyers, one of our main tasks is advising clients on risk and where possible protecting them from risk, whether at the contracting stage, during a project or during the lifetime of a commercial transaction or in the context of any dispute which arises. Whether Brexit ends up being good or not for our economy and the UK, the event of Brexit will inevitably be relevant when we are advising on risk.

Our Brexit Bulletin addresses the topical issues we consider important for these industries.

Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC, Head of Chambers

For further information on any of the articles below or to discuss any of the issues raised, please contact us at enquiries@atkinchambers.com.

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