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

A moment to breathe

So, now there are two options for the date that the UK will leave the EU…and neither is 29 March. At the latest EU summit, the 27 member states unanimously agreed to set two new deadlines for Brexit, depending on what parliament does next. If MPs...

Speaker halts Prime Minister's push for third meaningful vote

Monday 18 March was a relatively quiet day on the Brexit front (certainly in comparison to last week’s fireworks). That was until a statement from the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, lit the blue touch-paper once again. The statement...

Brexit delay - a step into the unknown

Well, even in the extraordinarily dramatic tale that is Brexit, it’s been quite a week. On Thursday, parliament voted to request an extension of Article 50, thereby delaying Brexit, by a thumping majority of 211 votes. The Prime Minister will bring...

Withdrawal Agreement - third time lucky?

As widely predicted, parliament voted to reject leaving the EU without a deal last night. The government’s motion to reject leaving without a deal by 29 March was beefed up by a backbench amendment which ruled out leaving without a deal at any point...

No deal - the elephant in the Brexit room

Yesterday, all the attention was, understandably, on the fate of the Withdrawal Agreement and that of the Prime Minister. Meanwhile, the elephant in the room, a no deal outcome, sat quietly in the corner waiting for its turn in the spotlight. MPs will now...

Meaningful vote 2.0

If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again. This seems to be Theresa May’s mantra when it comes the Withdrawal Agreement. She and her negotiating team have gone back to Brussels, seeking concessions from the EU on the backstop and...

Brextension?

When is a deadline not a deadline? When it’s a Brexit deadline. Hilarious, eh? All the best jokes are based on a modicum of truth. Deadlines have been pushed back, or disappeared entirely, throughout the Brexit process. Now, even 29 March –...

The shifting sands of Brexit

There was no Brexit oasis in the desert for Theresa May as she attended the EU-Arab summit in Egypt last weekend. Instead, she was reminded by EU leaders that failure to secure parliamentary support for a deal would inevitably lead to Brexit being delayed...

Brexit - are the first fractures appearing?

Eleven pro-Remain MPs (eight Labour and three Conservative) have left their respective parties this week and will sit as a group of independent MPs in the House of Commons. Though they have made their decision for a number of reasons, one issue that unites...

The Brexit rollercoaster

In previous blogs, I’ve likened Brexit to mountaineering and the plot from Back to the Future . The ‘rollercoaster ride’ is one clichéd analogy I’ve managed to avoid - until now. The process has been a series of...
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