With BREXIT on the horizon for the UK, the trade realities of the decision are beginning to materialise. Under WTO law, the UK should face no discrimination under the Most Favoured Nation Principle. However, the reality shows a very different picture.
BREXIT provides legal uncertainty which means clients are flocking to lawyers. However, will BREXIT ultimately be an opportunity for British lawyers or are there long term implications which threaten legal London?
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