How are your in-house clients approaching Brexit?


Thomson ReutersWith over a year having passed since the UK voted to leave the EU, and some months since Article 50 was triggered, Brexit Day is no longer merely a hypothetical possibility. Against this backdrop, Thomson Reuters has conducted a survey of in-house lawyers to find out how businesses perceive Brexit, how they are planning for a range of possible Brexit scenarios, and the impact the Brexit vote has had on their operations to date.

The report has been broken down to look at:

  • A summary of the key findings
  • In-house impressions of the significance of the Brexit vote
  • Brexit planning
  • The impact on contractual arrangements
  • Futureproofing for Brexit

Find out more about how your in-house clients are approaching Brexit and download the full report: Practical Law survey report: the in-house approach to Brexit

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