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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.

The Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court: What now after Brexit?

It has been some 40 years since European leaders first discussed the idea of a single European Patent.

The Leap 100: does Brexit really mean business?

The latest the Leap 100 poll has been published in City A.M. today, which asked the companies about the anticipated impact on their business of Britai

Chambers and Partners: Global Practice Guides – Legal Brexit

The Legal Brexit guide provides expert legal commentary on the impact of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.

Masoud Zabeti on derivatives clearing after Brexit

Partner Masoud Zabeti has commented in S&P Global Market Intelligence article 'Euro cleari

Cliff effects, cherry picking and transitional arrangements

Brexit is a disaster for the English language. And we don’t mean the fact that an EU off

On Nature: In Association with Mishcon de Reya | Voices Off

15/06/2017 @ 12:00 am -

A panel led by Anthony Julius (Deputy Chairman, Mishcon de Reya

UPC: UK gives green light to ratification, but what will happen post-Brexit?

The Government has announced that it is proceeding with its plans to ratify the Unified Pa

Permanent vacation or Indian Summer?

Summer feels like it is already here. Given the upcoming electoral calendar the political temperature will also likely rise.

Ready when you are: EU 27 signs off Brexit mandate

It might only be a procedural step but this week marked another important pre-Brexit negotiations milestone.

Timing is everything: how a snap election could make Brexit smoother

Mrs May alone can explain her motivation for calling an early election. Rumours and speculation abound about her precise reasoning but a general conse