Regulation

The withdrawal of the UK from the European Union will require significant change to the UK’s current legal landscape. Untangling the UK from this landscape will not be achieved quickly or by a single legislative measure, and businesses will want any change to be measured and gradual.

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What to do about Regulation:

 

Step 1:

Map out your reliance on EU regulation, for your own business, your suppliers and your customers. You can read more on Page 3 of our Brexit Regulation Report.

 

Step 2:

Look at your commercial and trading relationships and see whether they require you to have a presence in the EU.

 

Step 3:

Find out if you manufacture products which are required to conform to EU standards or are linked to compliance with EU regulation.

 

Step 4:

Review your contracts and look for terms that allow a contracting party the option to terminate after Brexit – for example on the basis of a material change or force merger.

 

For more guidance, read our Brexit report about regulation.

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