Despite agreement being reached between EU negotiators and the UK government with regard to the Draft Withdrawal Agreement (DWA) on 14th November, uncertainty remains as to whether this deal will be approved in the UK Parliament. What we do know is that the UK is a significant trading partner for Irish businesses and, for now, that the UK will leave the EU in March 2019. The terms of our engagement with businesses in the UK will change, which we need to prepare for. As a starting point take a look at these eight high level issues which you should be considering.
Key Legal Implications of Brexit
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