Making the case for a Brexit boost

Ireland is in a unique position, both geographically and culturally, that could work to our companies’ advantage when Britain leaves the EU, lawyer Simon Deane-Johns tells Quinton O’Reilly

23rd September, 2018

Despite there only being a few months to go before it comes into effect, the lack of clarity around Brexit has left businesses in no man’s land.

It’s tough to prepare for an event without knowing the real impact and ramifications, but while Irish businesses deal with this, there are a number of factors that can help it cope, according to Simon Deane-Johns, senior consultant, Leman Solicitors.

“It’s nicely placed geographically...

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