Key considerations for a no-deal Brexit
Given the far reaching consequences of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement, Pinsent Masons has set up a Brexit hotline to support clients to prepare their business. The service can be accessed by email or phone.
Pinsent Masons offers clients a multi-disciplinary, cross-border Brexit Advisory team. The team is ranked Tier 1 in the leading legal directory, Legal 500 and draws on our market-leading Public Policy and Government Affairs offering.
We have been working with clients to help them understand what Brexit may mean for their business, facilitate discussions within their organisation and advise on what practical steps can be taken to prepare for Brexit.
In-house legal teams will have undertaken a number of rounds of preparation for the implementation of a new relationship between the UK and the EU. A companies’ No Deal planning will not have been wasted in light of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement. Many businesses will now need to review the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement and how this may impact any existing plans may need to be reappraised in light of recent developments. Now is the time to refresh your plans and take necessary action. Our Brexit advisory team and legal project managers can help you get back on track and create a pathway to preparedness.
Pinsent Masons has developed a methodology and workshop process that allows us to drill down and scenario plan for clients' most pressing Brexit related challenges. Through structured workshops, we have worked with businesses to map their risk exposure, identify opportunities and support them in mitigating Brexit risk across a range of Brexit scenarios.
One of the most daunting Brexit challenges is the requirement to review existing contract portfolios to understand their risk exposure. Using award-winning AI, Pinsent Masons has developed a comprehensive commercial contracts solution in order to help clients mitigate their Brexit risk.
There are a number of steps that can be taken now to assess the extent of workforce risk and to provide guidance and reassurance to affected employees. Our corporate immigration team has been assisting clients in navigating the complexities of employment law that will arise from Brexit.
Businesses must remain alert to any changes in regulations over the next few years, including during any post-Brexit transitional phase, to ensure that implementing any new regulations is still incorporated into their plans. Our top-ranked Regulatory team can assist in reviewing your business' current standards and compliance and advise on any changes in legal processes and legislation.