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Brexit overview: your commercial contracts and Brexit

30 September 2020
Your commercial contracts and Brexit

The UK’s departure from the EU is likely to have a significant impact on your existing and future commercial contracts. There are a number of areas where the UK’s exit from the EU could be disruptive; therefore, ensuring that your commercial agreements are ready for the UK’s new relationship with Europe at the end of the transition period is now a priority. Although there is still uncertainty over how organisations trading across the EEA will be impacted, we can help you put together an appropriate action plan.

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Bishopsgate and Browne Jacobson advise on US firm’s acquisition of Notts based tech services business Custard

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Court of Appeal makes plea for legally enforceable arbitration for FRAND disputes

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Browne Jacobson’s retail lawyers advise wilko on its strategic £48m sale and leaseback of Nottinghamshire distribution centre to DHL

National law firm Browne Jacobson has advised long standing retail client, wilko on the sale and leaseback of its Nottinghamshire distribution centre in Worksop to logistics specialist DHL for £48m.

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