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.

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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

UK Government publishes Brexit White Paper

In the wake of the seismic reaction to its Brexit plan which was agreed by the cabinet at the Chequers summit on 6 th July, the UK Government has published detailed plans in a White Paper for the UK’s future relationship with the EU. It includes a...

Chequers-mate: Does a dramatic weekend signal the Brexit endgame?

A long and seminal weekend for Brexit began with the gathering of the UK cabinet at Chequers on 6 th July to thrash out its disagreements and determine a stance on the UK’s future relationship with the EU. It ended with the resignations of Brexit...

Crunch time for Brexit

EU summits come and go with Brexit featuring to a greater or lesser degree. The gathering in December 2017 was significant for its signing off on Phase 1 negotiations at the eleventh hour, but generally these events pass without major impetus to the...

The end of the Brexit hiatus

During May, and not for the first time in the last twelve months, there was an apparent hiatus in Brexit negotiations. This does not indicate that nothing was happening, it’s simply that discussions were taking place internally within the UK and EU...

Paris aims to become the new European capital for litigation

Paris is aiming to become the Place du Droit (place of law) and the new European capital for litigation following Brexit. In February 2018, the Tribunal de commerce (Commercial Court) and the Court of Appeal adopted an internal protocol which created a...

Foreign investments - Brexit benefits France

According to a recent EY survey , the number of foreign investment projects in metropolitan France increased by 31% last year. The findings of the survey add weight to President Marcon’s proud claim that “ France is back ” as...

Customs partnership, 'Max fac' or none of the above?

Whilst currently there is no agreed line on how to proceed regarding the customs union, there is a consensus that, from a UK perspective at least, it is the dominant Brexit issue at present. The UK government has put two options for a future customs...

Brexit trade talks - rules of origin

The Brexit process has been regularly punctuated with niche phrases and jargon. During Phase 3, as the focus switches to trade, one reference that is likely to become familiar is ‘rules of origin’. So, what are they, how will they be affected by...

Agreement signposts post-Brexit direction on intellectual property

UK officials involved in Brexit negotiations have indicated that EU-wide intellectual property rights will be replaced with equivalent UK rights after the end of the transition period. Currently, EU Trade Marks (EUTM) and Registered Community Designs...

The green shoots of a Brexit deal?

Guidelines for Phase Three of the Brexit negotiations, covering future trade and security arrangements between the UK and the EU, were signed off at a European Council summit held on 23 rd March.  Only a few days earlier, a joint press conference...
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