Real Estate

After the Vote: What will Brexit mean for real estate in the UK?

The British people's choice to leave the European Union has come as a big shock to many in the property industry. With some notable exceptions, most property people appeared to favour the status quo of remaining in the EU, warts and all. The biggest motivation was the uncertainty of the consequences of leaving for the property market. How many international occupiers would up sticks and head to the EU hubs of Paris or Frankfurt? What impact would Brexit have on property values? 


Impact of Brexit on UK Telecoms

The UK's vote to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016 will have limited impact on the regulation of the UK telecoms sector for at least the next two years whilst the terms of Brexit are settled.

A patent attorney on Brexit...

The UK has voted to remove itself from the ever tighter political union in Europe. It is likely to remain a full Member of the European Union (EU) for up to two years while it negotiates a new relationship with the EU.