On 23 June 2016 the UK population voted for the UK’s exit from the European Union (EU). What will happen when the UK leaves the EU? Brexit presents many challenges and uncertainties. The negotiation of the terms of Brexit will be a highly political process and the outcome is as yet unclear.
What can we do for you?
Loyens & Loeff has set up a Brexit Team consisting of dedicated partners and associates active in ten legal areas. We will monitor the developments and the potential impact closely and will combine all the necessary knowledge to advise you in an efficient and adequate manner, both in the exploratory phase as well as when political developments require actual operations.
What will Brexit mean for your company?
The brochure below will give you more insight into the exit procedure and possible legal consequences of Brexit, per impact area.
Please contact your trusted adviser at Loyens & Loeff or send an e-mail to Brexit@loyensloeff.com if you have any queries.
End Article 50
End Article 50 (extit) procedure, unless UK/EU agree on extension end of March.
UK elections on 8 June.
Start Article 50
Start Article 50 (exit) procedure 29 March.
Brexit Minister David Davis appointed 14 July.
Brexit vote on 23 June.
YvesVan CouterAttorney at law Partner
Yves Van Couter is a Loyens & Loeff partner based in Brussels. He is a member of the Litigation & Risk Management Practice Group, heads the firm-wide Food & Beverages Team and co-heads the Data Protection & Privacy Team.T: +32 2 773 23 69 E: firstname.lastname@example.org