Brexit And Your Business



The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020 – exit day - and EU-UK trade relations are now governed by the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) and the Withdrawal Agreement. The TCA deals with trade in goods; trade in services (to a lesser extent); level playing field; and governance, among other subjects. The Withdrawal Agreement contains the Northern Ireland Protocol and also deals with citizens' rights. The Northern Ireland Protocol requires that goods undergo checks when they enter Northern Ireland from Great Britain. There has been considerable friction between the EU and the UK over the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol.

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Brexit Group

Our dedicated Brexit Group is already helping our clients to seize opportunities and to anticipate and address issues and risks arising from Brexit. Please contact any member of our team below for advice.


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Bryan Bourke

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+353 1 639 5106

  Shane Kelleher
Financial Services

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+353 1 639 5148

John Larkin
Insurance &

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+353 1 639 5224


Catherine O'Flynn
Employment &

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+353 1 639 5136



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Sheila Tormey
Competition &

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+353 1 489 6512 


Leo Moore

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+353 1 639 5152


Stephen Keogh

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+353 1 639 5144


Ivor Banim
Head of London Office

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+44 20 7961 0897



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Siobhan Carlin
Banking & Finance

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+353 1 639 5188


Ted McGrath

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+353 1 639 5262


Richard Breen

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+353 1 639 5378


Lisa Carty

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