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

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. ...

Backstop to the future?

In homage to the classic 1980’s film Back to the Future , let’s for a moment travel back in time to December 2017 and Theresa May’s dash to Brussels to successfully conclude Phase 1 of the Brexit talks. A crucial aspect was the adoption...

Extended transition - deal-saver or deal-sinker?

The October summit of EU leaders, originally earmarked as the moment when the Withdrawal Agreement and outline of the future relationship between the UK and the EU would be signed off, passed without the crucial necessary handshakes. The negotiations will...

Technical notice maps out no deal product regulation for UK businesses

In preparation for the possibility of a no deal outcome to Brexit negotiations, the UK government has issued a series of technical notices giving guidance to businesses on the potential impact. The notices, issued in two tranches and covering a range of...

Brexit negotiations - Reaching the Summit

At times during the last two years, Brexit has felt much like scaling a mountain. It’s sometimes been a difficult path to follow, with several competing voices suggesting that they know the best route to the top and nobody knowing for certain the view...

Irish border: The 'hard' Brexit question

From Day One of the Brexit process, the future of the Irish border has caused many a sleepless night for those attempting to negotiate a deal. Last December, it almost derailed progression from Phase 1 to Phase 2 talks. Now it threatens to prevent a deal on...

Is the Chequers plan dead?

“Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated” is an often quoted quip by the American writer Mark Twain. The question among Brexit-watchers is whether this statement can also be applied to Theresa May’s Chequers plan. All eyes are...

Red lines, red tape - no deal and WTO rules

Over the course of the summer, murmurings about a potential ‘no deal’ outcome to Brexit negotiations have resurfaced, with some saying the probability is akin to the flip of a coin. With the UK government’s ‘red lines’...

Phase 3 - the search for agreement continues...

Although this may come as a surprise to many, progress has been made in Brexit negotiations in 2018, most notably an agreement on the principles and timeframe of a transition period. However, legal certainty on this and the future relationship between the...

EU 27 unity

The EU 27 has demonstrated absolute unity throughout the Brexit negotiations thus far. As the talks enter the crucial third stage, covering the EU’s future relationship with UK, it will be fascinating to see whether this solidarity holds firm or...
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