Brexit

Trying to extrapolate today’s developments into tomorrow’s implications? Our legal experts look to the future to help you make key decisions today.

Brexit is the number one UK talking point as we try to understand the fast-paced, wide-ranging developments that occur every week. How will Brexit affect business and employment? How will Brexit affect the property market? How about international travel and relocation? Or intellectual property protection? From debt recovery to divorce, we all need a steer on the likely outcomes of Britain’s exit from the European Union. SA Law’s legal experts focus on the key issues to give you greater decision-making clarity.

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EU Domain Names: what happens after Brexit?

Around 300,000 UK-based companies use .eu domain names. With Brexit looming, companies and businesses must consider whether to keep these or not.

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Brexit Deal or No Deal: What are the implications for EU Nationals?

Head of Immigration Gemma Jones consider the changes in the future UK Immigration system once Brexit has reached a deal or no deal.

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Brexit & the continued uncertainty for families

There remains a huge amount of uncertainty about the future legal relationship between the UK and the EU for family law matters.

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UK's post-Brexit immigration policy is highly damaging for hospitality

Immigration solicitor, Gemma Jones comments in Big Hospitality about the impact of Brexit on the UK hospitality sector.

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TheCityUK and its vision of a Post-Brexit UK Immigration Policy

In light of concerns raised by employers that the current points-based system and the mechanisms by which it operates might not be appropriate for the…

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Applying for a Tier 1 Investor Visa: Taking advantage of the ‘Brexit effect’

After the Brexit referendum in June 2016, the Home Office received nearly double the number of applications for Tier 1 Investor visas.

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Brexit and the issues facing separating couples

A family lawyer's point of view on the consequences of Brexit.

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Brexit and the Risk of Discrimination in Employment

There is nothing to suggest that EEA citizens will lose the right to work following Brexit, therefore it is unjustified to discriminate based on nationality.

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