Time to cut through the noise and focus on adapting your business.
With the UK now officially in the transition period of exiting from the EU, it’s all about preparation. It’s about making informed decisions so you are best-placed to deal with the changing regulatory landscape.
We’ll help you to navigate the processes, outcomes and contingencies. And most of all we’ll help you to ensure that your business is Brexit-ready.
Get in touch with one of our legal experts at the foot of this page if you want to find out more about Brexit could mean for your organisation.
Experts on Brexit:
To examine the potential impact of Brexit, Burness Paull asked a series of respected expert interviews to offer an in-depth look at key industries within Scotland and the UK.
Click on the links below to hear from industry leaders on how they see Brexit impacting on their sector.
In order to shed a light on the complexities of trade Andrew Lang, Professor of Law and Chair in International Law and Global Governance at the University of Edinburgh, explains how Brexit may affect different sectors and analyses the legal implications:
Financial services is one of the most important sectors to Scotland’s economy, employing 161,000 people and providing £12bn of GVA. Graeme Jones, CEO of Scottish Financial Enterprise discusses how to ensure we continue to be successful in the global market:
Food & Drink
Food and drink is Scotland’s best performing domestic and export sector, with a strong growth objective in Scotland Food & Drink’s ‘Ambition 2030’ plan. James Withers, CEO of Scotland Food & Drink, shares some of his views on what Brexit could mean for the sector and how it can be future-proofed:
Oil & Gas
Paul De Leeuw, Director of Robert Gordon University's (RGU) Oil and Gas Institute, weighs up the threats and opportunities Brexit presents for the Oil & Gas sector: