On July 24, 2019, Boris Johnson became Prime Minister of the Kingdom. Mr. Johnson has said that if a withdrawal agreement is not concluded between the UK and the European Union (“EU”) by October 31, 2019, the UK will leave the EU without a deal. Mayer Brown’s Chris Chapman, partner in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice in London, provides an update on the current Brexit situation, following the election of Boris Johnson. He also discusses how a no-deal Brexit may affect financial services, customs and tariffs, and the Irish border.
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An Update on the Current Brexit Situation
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