Overview

The United Kingdom – Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland) and Northern Ireland – has withdrawn itself from the European Union on 1 February 2020. During a transition period ending on 31 December 2020, however, EU law will remain, in principle, applicable with regard to the UK. Brussels and London are currently negotiating an agreement on the future relationship. Here, we inform you about the withdrawal, the likely structure of future relations with the United Kingdom and the legal consequences of “Brexit”.

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    Implications of Brexit on merger control

  • 2020‑02‑27

    UK Government publishes its approach to negotiations

  • 2020‑02‑25

    Council adopts negotiation directives for future relationship deal

  • 2020‑01‑30

    Council ratifies withdrawal agreement on behalf of the EU

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Brexit from a Britsh perspective

Brexit from a Britsh perspective

Our strategic partner, Womble Bond Dickinson, provides insight from a Britsh perspective through their Brexit hub.

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