Live blog: crunch time for the Brexit deal – The Lawyer

17.15 Women and gents, now we have a brand new Brexit Secretary! And it’s one other ex-lawyer who’s going to be “in cost” of...

High Rates and Brexit Doubts Cause Company Failure

Official figures from the not too long ago launched Insolvency Service report reveals a 19% rise in UK firm insolvencies, the best quarterly degree...

SRA rejects Government plans for post-Brexit recognition of qualifications

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has condemned a Authorities plan to mutually...

Where Do Low-Skilled Workers Fit Post Brexit?

Free motion of EU staff has been the cornerstone of UK-EU relations for a few years. Under Lawyer Month-to-month hears from Rahul Batra at...

Brexit tops fear list for mid-sized firms

Simply over half of the UK 200 Independents suppose buying and selling situations shall be harder in 2018/19 in comparison with final 12...

MoJ sets out disputes contingency guidance for a no-deal Brexit

Because the UK careens in direction of the March 2019 deadline, the...

What Is the Price of Low-Wage Migration After Brexit?

If the Authorities needs to make use of migration to fill unattractive jobs after Brexit, stopping exploitation can be a serious problem, in keeping...

EU Net Migration Halves Since Referendum

Whole EU internet migration to the UK has greater than halved because the referendum and the estimate of internet migration of residents from Poland...

The UK Needs to Rethink Adverse Costs to Stay Ahead

With Brexit looming, latest promotional exercise from the continent is indicating that a number of the UK’s £25bn authorized trade might be lured abroad....

Law Society: no-deal Brexit to wipe £3bn off UK legal sector

A no-deal Brexit would halve progress within the UK authorized sector, in line with financial forecasts by the Legislation Society and Thomson Reuters. Nearly £3bn...