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Everything You Need To Know About EU Permanent Residence Card Applications

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Everything You Need To Know About EEA Permanent Residence Card Applications EEA permanent residence card. On 29 March 2017, British Prime Minister, Theresa May triggered Article 50, officially notifying the  European Council  of the UK’s intent to leave the European Union. […]

Worth the Wait – Why Option Agreements Work For All Parties In A Post-Brexit Property Market

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In a post-Brexit economy, reducing risk is a top priority for landowners and property developers. In a recent post, I concluded that all signs point to the property market softening over the next 18 months and London could suffer the […]

What Effect Will Brexit Have On IP Law?

On the 23rd June 2016, the UK voted by a slim majority to leave the European Union.  When Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty is triggered, almost every British law will be affected in some way.  Intellectual property (IP) law […]

Booming Britain – Has the Brexit Slump Been Avoided?

After months of doom & gloom predictions, the British economy delivered some surprisingly good news last week.  Exporters and manufacturers have recorded massive surges in activity, consumers revelled in the summer sales, and tourists took advantage of the plunging pound. […]

What Brexit means for Immigrants – How Migrants from inside and outside the EU are affected by the EU referendum

The result is IN and we are OUT. To the disbelief of many, including the Leave campaign themselves (who were so sure that they would not win that they cancelled their own celebration party), Britain has voted to exit the […]

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