Brexit  


Following the referendum on 23 June, the people of the United Kingdom have voted to leave the EU. This decision will impact upon UK policy and legislation, but changes are likely to be implemented slowly, meaning that there is time for businesses to set a strategic way forward. 

The Republic of Ireland is a committed Eurozone economy and EU Member State with a business-friendly legal and working environment.  Ireland was recently ranked 9th internationally in the RepTrak® “Most Reputable Countries for 2016” survey, based on elements such as Ireland’s pro-business governance, progressive society, and attractive environment for workers. 

Our lawyers are experts in helping businesses operating globally in navigating the Irish legal and regulatory systems, providing practical and solution-based legal advice on the potential ways to minimise the impact of the current uncertainty.


Brexit related News & Insights

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Brexit: What will it mean for Ireland’s energy market?

by Philip Daly
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Brexit and Board Composition – Irish Companies

by Liam Boyle, Elaine Hughes, James Carolan
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Brexit, Another No Deal! Important Considerations In Relation To Your Financial Statements

As Brexit draws nearer, you may need to give consideration to the arrangements your company has in place in relation...

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The UK Publishes Second Regulation on the Implications of a No-Deal Brexit on Competition Law

by Marco Hickey
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No Deal Brexit! Will My Company Be In Breach of Company Law?

As another Brexit deadline looms, companies will need to consider if a no deal Brexit will leave them in breach...

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No Deal Brexit: Do UK registered companies with an Irish registered branch have to re-register?

Many UK companies operating in Ireland chose to establish a Branch as opposed to an Irish incorporated subsidiary from which...

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Construction Products: How Would a ‘No Deal’ Brexit Affect You?

by Seanna Mulrean
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European Commission Publishes Notice on No Deal Brexit and Competition Law Enforcement

by Marco Hickey
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#5 Important Corporate Governance Considerations ahead of Brexit

by Elaine Hughes
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LK Shields announces sponsorship of MediaCon 2018

LK Shields is delighted to be on board as legal sponsor of this prestigious media and entertainment event taking...

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The Future of TV Broadcast and VOD Licensing in the UK after Brexit – What’s the Deal?

by Peter Bolger
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Brexit Update: Eight EU Member States inject fresh impetus into the EU’s Capital Markets Union

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Tánaiste Highlights Growing Importance of French Relationship in Context of Brexit

At the France Ireland Chamber of Commerce business lunch Tánaiste Simon Coveney TD comments focused specifically on Brexit...

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Project Ireland 2040 – Future Proofing Ireland

by Jennifer McGuire, James Byrne
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Small Payment Institutions and Ireland

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Ireland Pledges €78m in bid to host the European Medicines Agency

by Marco Hickey
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ESMA Issues Opinion on General Principles To Support Supervisory Convergence Post-Brexit

by Adrian Mulryan
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UK Firms Will Still Face EU Competition Law Scrutiny

by Marco Hickey
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The AIFMD Third Country Passport

by Adrian Mulryan
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Why Choose Ireland? Structured Finance And Securitisation

by David Williams, Trevor Dolan
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Regardless of Brexit: There are already key differences between UK and Irish employment law

by Elizabeth Mara
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Theresa May’s Article 50 ‘Dear John’ Letter

by Trevor Dolan
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Irish Central Bank rules and guidance for Management Companies passporting into Ireland

by Trevor Dolan
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A Guide To Registering Designs

by lk-shields
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Broadcasters Consider Ireland as a Location post-Brexit

by Jennifer McGuire, Marco Hickey, James Byrne
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Brexit, Intellectual Property and an Irish Angle

by Peter Bolger
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The Impact of Brexit on Data Protection

by Peter Bolger
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Crowdfunding The Irish Brexit Challenge

by Michael Kavanagh
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Contending with Brexit Uncertainties – Governing Law Clauses

by Jennifer McGuire, James Byrne
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“Hard” Brexit and Competition Law

by Marco Hickey
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Brexit - Potential Employment Law Issues for Irish Employers

by Aoife Bradley
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Minimising the Cost of Brexit Uncertainty: The Flexibility of Having an Irish Presence

by Marco Hickey
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First Migration of Jersey Funds into Ireland under ICAV Act

This may be a timely indicator of the future Irish possibilities for UK fund promoters, and their UK based funds ...

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The Implications of Brexit for Competition Law

by Marco Hickey
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Potential Impact of Brexit on the Irish Asset Management Industry - Passporting

by Trevor Dolan

Brexit Team

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David Williams

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dwilliams@lkshields.ie
+353 1 637 1542

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Marco Hickey

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mhickey@lkshields.ie
+ 353 1 637 1522

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Jennifer McGuire

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jmcguire@lkshields.ie
+ 353 1 638 5851

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Ruairí Mulrean

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rmulrean@lkshields.ie
+ 353 1 638 5844

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Andrew Power

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apower@lkshields.ie
+353 1 638 5832

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