We can help you understand the impact of Brexit on your business with our in-depth analysis and practical guides. Our macro pieces will be relevant across all sectors and help businesses understand the areas they need to consider. We also look at specific issues businesses are facing and consider the best ways to tackle them.

WATCH: Update on enforcement of judgments - Lugano to the rescue?

This is the latest insight from Hogan Lovells on Brexit's impact on cross-border litigation.

The United Kingdom and the rest of the world after Brexit

After over 45 years of membership, the UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020 and the UK and the EU are working towards an agreement on the terms of their future relationship.  Find out what you need to know.

No-deal planning - Guidance from Hogan Lovells

The risk of no-deal Brexit is still a live one. As the political wrangling continues in Parliament our advice remains: prepare for the worst, hope for the best.

Strategic Intelligence Reports

Holistic, bespoke analysis for your business, bringing together our thorough knowledge of the law and regulation, our understanding of government and politics and our sector-specific expertise. 

U.S. and UK launch virtual trade talks

Partners Kelly Ann Shaw and Aline Doussin quoted in Law360

Brexit Day – 31 January 2020

Commentary from Charles Brasted, Head of the Hogan Lovells Public Law & Policy Team in the UK.

Brexit FAQs: Entering the transition period - 31 January 2020

On 31 January 2020, the UK will formally leave the European Union, after over 40 years of membership. The UK’s relationship with the EU will no longer be governed by the EU Treaties, but instead by the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement. Following that  the UK will be in a “transition” period currently set to end on 31 December 2020. What does that mean for business?

Brexit webinar series 2020

As we entered 2020, this new decade began where the last left off, with Brexit.

Brexit has now happened, but businesses may not yet feel like much has changed. Our recent Brexit 2020 and Beyond Brexit webinars have kept you up to date with developments so far and provided you with guidance on preparing for changes ahead. You can access those webinar recordings and materials here



Global Britain 2020 and a new UK Trade policy

What lies ahead for the UK's future trading relationship with the EU and the U.S.?

General Election result. A Conservative majority: Getting Brexit done starts now, but we are not done with political uncertainty

The Conservative Party has won a convincing majority of seats in the House of Commons, and it will follow that Boris Johnson will he asked later today by The Queen to form a new government.

Next Steps for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill

The first priority for the new Government, following the General Election on 12 December, is going to be Brexit. Whether to "get it done" for the Conservatives, "get it sorted" by renegotiating and holding a confirmatory vote for Labour, or to "stop Brexit" for the Liberal Democrats, Brexit will be top of the list because 31 January is a hard deadline. Any minority Government needs to agree its Brexit stance with its coalition partner or partners, and then put its position to Parliament.

Temporary Permissions and Contract Continuity for Financial Institutions across Europe

While it is still conceivable that a deal with an appropriate transition period will be finalised between the UK and the EU, a "hard Brexit" remains a possibility.  In light of this, the UK and other jurisdictions have published legislation to accommodate the impact of a no-deal Brexit. With the assistance of our team across the jurisdictions, we have compiled information on these measures in respect of the UK, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Poland, the Netherlands, Italy and Spain.