A Journey Without Maps - Brexit Implications for Hauliers

Vikki Woodfine writes for Warehousing Logistics International on the key issues for the haulage sector.

In this article for Warehousing Logistics International (5 July), Vikki Woodfine lead commentator for Wolters Kluwer’s Croneri Road Haulage and a partner specialising in Regulatory Law at DWF LLP discusses some key issues as we move into unchartered territory. As the dust settles, it is time to think about what this means for those operating in the haulage sector and where we will go from here.

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Vikki Woodfine

Partner - Head of Road Haulage & Logistics

Best known as the “Lorry Lawyer” I am also Head of the Road Haulage & Logistics group at DWF and specialise in health and safety defence work and road transport law.

Jonathan Branton

Partner - Head of EU/Competition

I lead the firm in EU/Competition issues, specialising in behavioural antitrust, merger control, public procurement and State aid, and all related issues of public funding, including the UK’s Regional Growth Fund, ERDF and ESIF. I also head up the firm’s Brussels office and the firm’s cross-discipline Public Sector group.