The UK left the European Union on 31st January 2020. There is now a transition period which is set to last until 31st December 2020. During this time the UK and EU will negotiate their future relationship. EU law continues to apply in the UK but the UK is no longer an EU member state.

The UK's departure from the EU is impacting on every major business in the UK and many further afield. We can help your business navigate Brexit and our reporting and analysis of the issues that matter can be found below.

Yes there is uncertainty and complexity and there will be unpredictable twists and turns in the road ahead - after all, no country has done this before. But we believe that there are concrete actions companies can take to put themselves in the best position to reduce risk and to take advantage of the opportunities that Brexit will present.

What happens next?

The UK is likely to strike a new association agreement governing its relationship with the EU, but given how long it takes for countries to join the EU, this will take a number of years agree and even longer to implement.

The following resources have been created by the Brexit advisory team at Pinsent Masons to support your business manage risk and seize opportunity during this time.


Out-Law / The business impact of Brexit