Brexit has happened, now law firms need to adjust to survive
UK firms have spread to have offices across Europe in recent decades but that could all be set to change
Brexit has triumphed. The Prime Minister has resigned. Markets are in turmoil. As a consequence, a sustained period of uncertainty, volatility and confusion is guaranteed – not least for English law firms, which have benefited so much from the UK’s membership of the European Union (EU) since January 1973, when we first became a member of what was then called the European Economic Community (EEC).
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