Brexit: The employment law implications

Whilst the 23rd June was a historic day for the UK with a vote to leave the European Union, for employers it will still be business as usual for a while. As a result of David Cameron’s resignation and his statement that he will not trigger the necessary Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty before he steps down in three months’ time, it will now fall to the next prime minister to trigger these leaving provisions to begin our exit from the EU. 

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Tim Scott

Partner - Head of Employment (Liverpool)

I specialise in employment law and have wide experience of giving practical advice to employers in the private and public sectors on both contentious and non-contentious issues.