Brexit

The View of Brexit from 3 Nations

From across the UK, France and Italy the Buckles-CastaldiPartners Alliance provides a unique view of the impact of Brexit and offers insightful debate and practical solutions for your business.

Although it will take some time for the UK to disentagle from the EU, there are steps you can take now to prepare for change which will protect your business and ensure you enter the new political landscape in the strongest possible position.

For regular updates follow our LinkedIn Showcase page:

Meet the International Team here

For more information about the International offering click here

About the Alliance

The Buckles-CastaldiPartners alliance provides seamless pan-European legal solutions to businesses and individuals.

Our combined team of over 100 legal experts includes many multi-lingual lawyers qualified to practice in multiple jurisdictions.

 

 

Latest News

Taking back control

The UK parliament finally got to deliver its verdict on the draft Withdrawal Agreement last night (15 January) and its opposition was overwhelming, inflicting defeat on the government’s plan by 230 votes – the biggest margin in modern times. ...

UK parliament moves to assert control over Brexit process

A pivotal week in the Brexit process is set to begin, with strong indications that the UK parliament is in no mood to accept the proposed Withdrawal Agreement or the prospect of no deal. The government is still widely expected to lose the Withdrawal...

New year, same old Brexit?

The decorations are down, the kids have returned to school and Brexit is back on the agenda. But has anything changed? Following the box-set season-ending cliff-hanger of the delayed parliamentary vote on the Withdrawal Agreement in December, it is now...

No deal - is it the most likely Brexit outcome?

Brexit has hit boiling point. On 18 December, the UK cabinet agreed to implement its no deal preparations in full, injecting an extra £2bn into the process. The government also recommended that businesses ensure that they are similarly prepared....

Nothing has changed?

We began the week in anticipation of one vote and ended up with another caused, in part, by the absence of the first. After Theresa May controversially postponed the parliamentary vote on the Withdrawal Agreement, she faced a vote of confidence in her...

The tomorrow that never came

The government’s Chief Whip ended a tumultuous day at Westminster by uttering a single word ‘tomorrow’, an arcane procedure used to postpone votes in Parliament. So, after all the build-up, tomorrow never came. In this instance, the vote...

Eleventh hour approaches

The crucial parliamentary vote to approve or reject the draft Withdrawal Agreement and political declaration will be held on Tuesday 11 December – an appropriate date given that the current period feels like the eleventh hour before the UK is...

Now or never for Brexit?

The old adage that ‘a week is a long time in politics’ has rarely felt so apposite. For those embroiled in the attempts to finalise and sign off the Withdrawal Agreement and political declaration on the future relationship between the UK and the...

The Gibraltar question

With much of the Brexit focus centred on the Irish border issue, what happens regarding UK interests in Gibraltar has gone under the radar somewhat. Until now. Question marks have continued to hang over whether any transition arrangements would apply...

Brexit - light at the end of the tunnel?

On Tuesday 13 November, negotiators emerged from the ‘tunnel phase’ of the Brexit talks, blinking in the Brussels sunlight, with a draft Withdrawal Agreement secured and an embryonic outline of the future relationship between the UK and the EU. ...
  • Page 1 of 9