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Approaching 100 days till Brexit: What are businesses worried about?
With little more than a hundred days to go until the UK leaves the EU and with the prospect of a 'no-deal' Brexit closer than it ever has been, Fieldfisher spoke to business clients about their chief concerns and hopes for the future, ahead of parliament's 'meaningful vote' on the Theresa May's UK Withdrawal Agreement on 11 December.
The UK can unilaterally revoke its Article 50 Notice (so it is argued ….)
In the Opinion of the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice (the CJEU), a Member State, after notifying its intention to withdraw from the European Union, may revoke that notification
Brexit: an update for Asset Managers
This briefing paper provides an update on Brexit planning matters which are of relevance to asset managers.
Brexit and the Environment – same, but different?
Further to our earlier blog post in November 2017.In its ongoing preparations for Brexit (whether a 'hard' or 'soft' Brexit), the Government response to Defra's consultation on the Environmental
Brad Isaac, Jonathan Brooks, Dominic Gurney-Champion and Owain Davies are mentioned in 'Fieldfisher mining team advise Kalahari Metals on significant earn-in agreement for Botswana copper'
Dominic Gurney-Champion, Jonathan Brooks, Brad Isaac and Owain Davies are mentioned in 'Fieldfisher mining team advises on £4 million loan facility for KEFI Minerals'
Tony Lewis and Jessica-Leigh Knowles published 'The UK's first Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) Comes to an End'
Marta Dunphy-Moriel and Nuria Pastor published 'Highlights of the new Spanish Data Protection Act (Organic Law 3/2018)'
Olivier Proust and Julien-Alexis Defromont published 'Targeted advertising targeted by the French DPA'
Catharina Richter published 'BGH stärkt Kartellkläger - Verjährungshemmung durch Kartellverfahren auch für Altansprüche'
Graeme Nuttall OBE and Neil Palmer are mentioned in 'Fieldfisher advises on first major UK law firm's move to employee ownership'
Tim Bird, Elise Nowak, Andrew Prowse, Mark Gearing and Amelia Thomson are mentioned in 'Fieldfisher advises California's Quotient on acquisition of UK e-commerce platform developer Elevaate'
Andrew Hood and John Cassels published 'Approaching 100 days till Brexit: What are businesses worried about?'
Jonathan Brooks, Natasha Scanes, Christopher Mesnooh, Marie Evrard and Louis Bouchez are mentioned in 'Fieldfisher advises infection control specialists Tristel on €6.8 million European distributor acquisition'
Andrew Hood and George McLellan published 'The UK can unilaterally revoke its Article 50 Notice (so it is argued ….)'
Matthew Williams and Dominic Gurney-Champion are mentioned in 'Fieldfisher hires leading renewables partner as Co-Head of Energy and Natural Resources'
Gordon Drakes published 'Terminating the right to terminate – UK Government announces measures to protect distressed businesses'