As a result of Thursday’s historic referendum, the United Kingdom will be leaving the EU. The decision will have a profound effect on many areas, including the global economy, trade, immigration and, potentially, the continued unity of the UK.
On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. On June 24, 2016, the World woke up to change on the horizon.
The UK people have voted to leave the European Union. Although there is no constitutional duty to leave the Union as a result, politically this is likely going to happen. Change will not be immediate and happen over time.
On the morning of June 24, 2016, we woke up to a headline that had been much discussed, but still added a jolt to many people’s morning coffee: Britain to Leave the European Union.
Yesterday, Britain voted to leave the European Union.
One of the overlooked issues of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union is the implications of “Brexit” on the rights afforded to individuals and entities holding European Union trademark and design registrations (a/k/a “EU Community Registrations”).
Yesterday, June 23, the United Kingdom held a referendum on its future in the European Union (EU)—the “Brexit.”
Mass immigration is unpopular in Britain.
Following the UK’s referendum we set out some basic questions for financial services firms.
The UK voted yesterday to leave the European Union.