Brexit - Plesner advises on the consequences

The result of the EU referendum was announced on Friday, 24 June 2016 and the UK voted to leave the EU. We have set up a special Brexit task force with specialists across Plesner's various practice areas. The task force is available to our clients and we will provide regular updates on the development.

The outcome of the vote will not have any immediate legal effect as EU law and UK law will still apply without any changes for now, but we are entering a period of uncertainty as to the future legal landscape. Even if the period could last several years, it is important to keep abreast of developments if you trade with the UK, have a business in the UK or have agreements or contracts that are subject to or will be subject to UK law.

Plesner's Brexit task force

As a market-leading law firm we are able to advise businesses in all industries about the Brexit consequences, including identifying risks and preparing contingency plans. Our task force is available to all clients requiring Brexit advice.

Plesner's Brexit task force is headed by Casper Münter and consists of the following specialists:
  • Employment and Labour Law - Jacob Falsner
  • Banking and Finance - Rasmus Mandøe Jensen
  • Capital Markets - Janus Jepsen
  • Commercial Contracts - Hasse Olesen
  • Commercial Real Estate - Karina Brinch
  • Dispute Resolution - Frants Dalgaard-Knudsen
  • Energy Law and Infrastructure - Niklas Korsgaard Christensen
  • Construction - Frants Dalgaard-Knudsen
  • EU and Competition Law - Daniel Barry
  • Insurance and Pension Law - Torben Bondrop
  • IP Law -  Kasper Frahm
  • M&A -  Tina Kang
  • Marketing Law and Consumer Law - Emil Jurcenoks
  • Data Protection Law -  Michael Hopp
  • Corporate Law -  Lars Bunch
  • Tax Law - Anders Endicott Pedersen
  • Excise Duties - Mette Christina Juul
  • Technology, Media and Telecoms (TMT) - Niels Chr. Ellegaard

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