The "Brexit bill" has been passed, paving the way for Theresa May to invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, thus triggering the start of the UK's withdrawal from the EU. The Prime Minister hopes to start the two year process of leaving the EU by the end of March.

This will have a significant impact on UK policy and legislation but the specifics are still unclear, leaving many with questions about how to address any risks or take advantage of any opportunities. In particular the rights of EU nationals residing and working in the UK are unclear as is the implications of "no deal" with the EU when it comes to trade.

No matter what the future holds, it is unlikely that any changes will be sudden.

We know that you can’t put your business plans on hold so our lawyers are here to keep you abreast of the changes and their impact as they happen, and to help you make the most of any opportunities that come your way whilst also mitigating any risks. We can provide advice in relation to:

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