Brexit has already had a significant impact on the UK legal landscape and its implications will continue to be felt for many years to come.  This page brings together all our materials on Brexit and related issues, arranged alphabetically by topic.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Many of the materials linked to from this page date from around the time that the UK left the EU Single Market and Customs Union (i.e. the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020);  they typically explain the key implications of this major change.   If they have since been updated, this will normally be indicated.  In other cases, you should assume that they have not been updated.  As a result, they may not discuss subsequent developments such as proposals by the UK to diverge from EU regulation – but check our Regulatory Reform page to see if we have covered the latter.

  1. A to C
  2. D to F
  3. G to P
  4. R to Z

1. A to C

Applicable Law

Bilateral Investment Treaties 

Brexit Freedoms Bill

Business travel

CE marking

Competition law

Consumer protection

Contracts 

Controlled products (export of)

Customs controls

2. D to F

Data

Derivatives

Digital trade

Disputes

Dual use products (export of)

Employment

Energy

Environment

Equity Capital Markets 

EU, EEA etc (references to in contracts after Brexit)

Exhaustion of IP rights

Exporting goods to the EU

Finance

Financial services

Freeports

3. G to P

Goods

Governing law

Immigration

Importing goods from the EU

Incoterms 

Insolvency

Intellectual property

Investment

Jurisdiction

M&A

Merger control

Northern Ireland Protocol

Parallel imports

Pensions

Product conformity

Public M&A

Public procurement 

4. R to Z

Regulatory reform

Retained EU law

Rules of origin

Service of process

Services (non-financial)

Social security

State aid/subsidy control 

Tariffs

Tax

Tech sector

Territory definitions (impact of Brexit on)

Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA)

UK CA mark

VAT (on goods)

Withdrawal Agreement