Insolvency Brexit considerations 27/02/2018 Read more about Insolvency Brexit considerations At first glance, it seems that cross-border insolvencies between the UK and EU are likely to become more time-consuming, complex and expensive post-Brexit. However, the situation may not be as dire as it first appears due to the existence of alternative legislation and the exemptions to the EU legislation. As with other areas of law, when it comes to insolvencies much will depend on what steps are taken to maintain the current arrangements with the EU or whether they fall away altogether.
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Competition Brexit considerations 24/10/2017 Read more about Competition Brexit considerations The two areas of competition law most commonly relevant to businesses operating across European borders are antitrust – which covers the prohibitions on anti-competitive agreements and abuse of a dominant market position – and merger control. Brexit is also likely to have a significant impact on the way in which State aid law applies in the UK.
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