The referendum held on 23 June 2016 to decide whether or not the United Kingdom should stay in the European Union caused quite a ruckus when the results came back. The result, 52% for leave against 48% for remain, has caused a changeover in power as David Cameron announced his resignation with Theresa May rising up to take his place. Brexit is also set to impact British and non-British businesses in several ways due to its effects. Although the majority believe Brexit will have a negative impact on business (for a detailed analysis you can refer to Global Counsel’s report, Brexit: the impact on the UK and the EU here), there are some companies which may benefit from the decision in relation to their corporate contracts. Let’s have a look at four different companies may be experience positive results due to Brexit in relation to commercial contracts.
Steven Spielberg has a large list of films under his sleeve: Schindler’s List, Saving Private Ryan, Raiders of the Lost Ark, etc. One of his latest releases, “Bridge of Spies”, tells the true and compelling story of a New York lawyer involved in a high-stake negotiation during the Cold War.