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Brexit overview: your corporate structure and Brexit

31 January 2019
Your corporate structure and Brexit

A limited part of UK company law derives from European law, and the position is unlikely to change dramatically immediately after Brexit. The Government plans to make only minimal amendments to enable legislation in this area to continue to function. However, your structures will need to be reviewed to determine whether they are still fit for purpose and continue to fulfil the right conditions. We can help you navigate uncertainty, mitigate any legal risks and even find ways for your organisation to capitalise through a more efficient corporate structure.

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Brexit and beyond: navigating the challenges ahead

Our Brexit hub provides useful information on the key areas that are likely to be affected by Brexit, the priority issues for any business or organisation and practical guidance to help you navigate the challenges ahead.

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Richard Nicholas provides a data protection update

As part of our regular updates for in-house lawyers, Richard takes a look at what has changed in data protection law over the last six months

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Employment law updates - hear from Harry Taylor

As part of our regular updates for in-house lawyers, Harry looks at some topics that frequently arise in Employment Tribunal claims.

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IR35 Tax update - hear from Andrew Noble

Andrew discusses changes to IR35 tax rules which are due to be implemented in April 2020

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Legal updates

Your anti-modern slavery obligations – a reminder that even the biggest companies are facing challenges…

It has recently been reported that a well-known UK law firm has sent British American Tobacco (BAT) a pre-action letter alleging forced and child labour on behalf of 350 child labourers working on tobacco crops in Malawi.

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