With Brexit on 29 March 2019, business continuity may be at risk for reasons including "cliff-edge" loss of market access rights. One of the ways businesses are dealing with this is by 're-papering' contracts: ie risk-assessing, amending and/or migrating contracts. As the deadline approaches, business needs to consider if they should amend or migrate their contracts to allow for the continued supply of goods or services, to support business relocation or contingency plans, or to avoid unintended or undesirable contractual consequences. Are you ready for re-papering? Download our short brochure to find out more.
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