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Mishcon Thinks

The Academy is Mishcon de Reya’s in-house place of learning, our driver for growth and a platform for thought leadership.

Here we will bring together urgent societal issues and industry experts to deliver innovative thought leadership on issues that matter to us and to our clients.

Article 50 legal challenge: Q&A November 2016

On Thursday 3 November, the High Court ruled in favour of our client that the government acting alone cannot trigger Article 50 – the mechanism by w

Are foreign investors fleeing the UK post-Brexit?

On the eve of this year's G20 Summit, Japanese ambassador to London, Koji Tsuruoka, issued a cutting warning to Prime Minister Teresa May: negotiate a

Anticipated impact of Brexit on Immigration law

The unprecedented decision of the British people to leave the EU has thus far created great cause for debate. Although at this stage there is no concl

Is the General Data Protection Regulation Brexit friendly?

The General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) will come into force across the European

Main arguments of the Article 50 legal challenge set out – one week before Court hearing

A three-day judicial review will be held in the High Court before the Lord Chief Justice o

BREXIT: If the UK votes to leave, should we keep EU Regulations?

The referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union is on 23 June. Much has been w

Article 50 Legal Challenge

Being heard at the Supreme Court from 5 - 8 December…

Gina Miller’s Brexit victory is a triumph of democracy over politics

Emily Nicholson and Katy Colton, lawyers at Mishcon de Reya who represent Gina Miller in her case against the government regarding the triggering of A

Brexit and the FA’s flawed immigration rules

To Brexit or not to Brexit? That is the question.

Brexit – What could this mean for Employee Share Plans?

We now know that on 23 June 2016 UK voters will have their say on whether Britain remains a member of the EU or not.