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Article 50 - Royal Prerogative Or Parliament?
On 23 June 2016 the UK voted in a referendum to leave the European Union. While non-binding, the new government has said that the Brexit vote will be given effect.
UK
25 Oct 2016
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Brexit - Implications For International Private Investors And UK Wealth Management
The implications of Brexit for international private investors and UK wealth management need to be considered from two perspectives.
UK
22 Jul 2016
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Brexit - A Short Guide To What Happens Next
This note deals with the operation of Article 50 of The Treaty of the European Union (also known as The Lisbon Treaty)...
UK
26 Jun 2016
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Possible Post-Brexit Models For Engaging With The EU
A lot has been written about the economic effects of Brexit, much of it contradictory for example: The 100 "worst" EU derived regulations are consistently said to cost the UK economy 33 billion per year...
UK
20 May 2016
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Capital Markets Union Action Plan
30 September 2015 saw the publication of the Capital Markets Union Action Plan by the European Commission in keeping with its aim of creating stronger capital markets across the 28 member states.
European Union
28 Oct 2015
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In Counsel - Five Things To Know About M&A Transactions In India
Since the introduction of a new governmental policy in 1991 to bring in reforms to encourage investment in India, the number of cross-border mergers and acquisitions has increased.
India
20 Feb 2014
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Perfecting The Single Market Through Optional Law: The Common European Sales Law
2012 marks the twentieth anniversary of one of the EUs most successful and most popular policies: the single market.
UK
30 Apr 2012
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EU To Simplify Cross-Border Estates?
Regulations proposed by the European Commission (EC) to simplify international successions or estates (i.e. where an individual dies owning assets in more than one country) moved closer to final approval after a recent vote in the leading European Parliament committee.
European Union
19 Mar 2012
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Tax Cooperation Agreement Between The UK And Switzerland
The agreement, which will come into force on 1 January 2013, has been signed by the United Kingdom and Switzerland with the aim of countering tax evasion by UK taxpayers with bank accounts in Switzerland.
UK
13 Jan 2012
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