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Brexit Legal Tools

At Eversheds Sutherland our team of legal experts are well-placed to advise businesses across all sectors on the possible implications of Brexit. We have developed Brexit focused products to help you identify the specific risks, challenges and opportunities for your business to manage your exposure and prepare a "Brexit ready" plan.

We are one of a handful of firms awarded Tier 1 status for our legal advice by the Legal 500, a go-to firm for Brexit contingency planning and legal advice, monitoring of developments and client and industry specific briefings.

Consumer sector

Consumer law risk analysis and Brexit proofing

The UK’s momentous vote to leave the EU marked the dawn of an unprecedented period of uncertainty for business. The precise nature of the UK’s future relationship with the EU and the impact this will have for businesses and their international trading arrangements is currently unknown.


Contracts and policies

Contractual risk analysis and Brexit proofing

The UK’s momentous vote to leave the EU marked the dawn of an unprecedented period of uncertainty for business. Whilst the precise nature of the UK’s future relationship with the EU and the impact this will have on business and trading arrangements is currently unknown, there are different models for future UK/EU trade structure post Brexit. The impact of these differs significantly. So what could the impacts be on the customer journey?

Contractual risk analysis and Brexit proofing for your IT and Outsourcing arrangements

The precise nature of the UK’s future relationship with the EU and the impact this will have on business and trading arrangements is currently unknown, with there being a number of possible models for the future UK/EU trade structure post Brexit. The biggest impact is at a macro-level. Uncertainty and a change in priorities for the major buyers of IT and outsource services will mean, in the short term at least, that there is less business to be won. This is of course not a prediction that is unique to the outsourcing and technology markets.


Employment law

The implications for global mobility

The decision to ‘Brexit’ the EU has raised questions relating to the immigration status of workers and the impact on organisations which have an international workforce - many employers have a significant proportion of staff who are EEA nationals. Whilst the future of free movement is unclear, there are a number of practical steps which employers can take to manage both the immediate and the longer term risks and issues. Our guide to the implications of Brexit for global mobility summarises those steps and outlines the type of support which our team of global mobility lawyers can provide.


International trade

Trade risk analysis

As a Legal 500 ranked Trade, WTO, Anti-dumping and Customs Team, we have the expertise to address the difficult trade-based questions your business has in relation to Brexit. We understand the potential legal and commercial risks to your supply chain and can advise how best to protect your business against those risks.

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