News : Helpline for Businesses Needing post-Brexit Legal Advice
Nottinghamshire, UK, Sept 13, 2016 -- A free legal helpline can be used by Nottinghamshire firms who have queries on how they might be affected by different aspects of Brexit.
East Midlands Chamber has partnered with law firm Eversheds to set up the new scheme, which will cover employment issues, commercial contracts, intellectual property, funding arrangements, business structures, real estate and other operating issues.
The hotline will be managed by the chamber, will arrange for its members to speak to an expert from Eversheds' legal team for up to an hour.
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Chris Hobson, the chamber's director of policy, said: "It is now 12 weeks since the landmark referendum result for the UK to leave the European Union, and companies remain confused about what will happen as we go through the Brexit process.
"While the full implications will only become clear once formal negotiations begin, there is work that businesses can start doing now in terms of the considerations they should be making with regards those areas that we know are likely to be affected in some way, or where uncertainty is already having an impact.
"With over half of our members employing someone from a country in the wider EU, the main issue at the moment seems to be managing questions over what the status of these workers will be post-Brexit.
"But our members have also expressed concerns over intellectual property rights, continued funding for projects currently funded by EU money and the possibility of levies being laid against imports and exports.
"Working with Eversheds, we have set up the hotline so that our members can talk to legal experts to ensure that, even if they can't at this stage have all the answers, they can at least ensure they're asking the right questions to put themselves in the best possible position to overcome the uncertainty and realise the opportunities that Brexit will bring."
James Fry, Partner at Eversheds said: "We are delighted to be partnering with the Chamber to help its members navigate through the uncertainty of Brexit.
"At Eversheds we are committed to giving clear, straightforward and objective advice on what exit from the EU may mean for businesses in the East Midlands. The issues are not the same for every business and we will ensure that our legal advice is tailored to specific needs."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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