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Brexit

Finger on the trigger

Toby Vanhegan and Riccardo Calzavara consider the arguments in Miller on whether article 50 notification can be made without a vote in parliament

Practising in suspense

Brexit, the review of employment tribunal fees, and case law on reasonable adjustments are among the things keeping employment lawyers awake at night, says Sean Jones QC

Looking outward, not inward

Regardless of what Brexit means, barristers must continue to affirm the importance of English and Welsh law and forge relationships with lawyers in other jurisdictions, write Louisa Nye and Duncan McCombe

Waiting for Brexit

Wealth management practitioners will need to pay close attention to the implications of the Leave vote for the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive and to the outcome of the revised DOTAS consultation, write Victoria Mahon de Palacios and Sally Spicer

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