A month on from the EU referendum, the UK business world is still trying to work out what it actually means in practice. Whilst the outlook has changed, this is not 2008. There is no world banking crisis. Money remains cheap - and may get cheaper still. There is business to be done - and business is still being done.

We are advising clients on the implications and opportunities of Brexit - the effect on UK legislation, the impact on current contractual arrangements and a wide range of other issues. We are also reminding ourselves that there is life outside the EU - both figuratively and literally. In this issue you can read about an event that we hosted recently to assist Yorkshire businesses break into the lucrative Latin American market.

Whatever twists and turns are yet to come, we are here to support our clients and friends - do please get in touch with your views and your questions.

Tim Halstead
Managing Partner, Shulmans LLP
Shulmans assists in IT sector acquisition
Marcus Armstrong, partner and member of the Shulmans corporate team, recently assisted multi-award-winning Oriium Consulting Limited, one of the UK’s fastest-growing technology companies, with its acquisition of a controlling stake in add3 Limited, a company specialising in application transformation and cloud migration.
Shulmans appoints new Head of BD
We are very pleased to have appointed our first Head of Business Development.
Shulmans secures £7.5m development for Gregory Property Group

A new 2.5-acre development has been acquired by the Gregory Property Group, with a view to turning it into a mixed-use scheme.

The legal aspects and implications of commercialisation
Shulmans’ Helen Hill (Partner, Property Litigation) and Andrew Brockett (Associate, Commercial Property) recently presented a seminar on the topic of commercialisation at the ICSC’s European Retail Property School, which took place this year in Prague on Monday 4 July.
Yorkshire businesses urged to target 'lucrative' and 'booming' Latin American continent
On 14 June 2016, Jeremy Shulman (Corporate, Employment) and Rob Lucas (Intellectual Property) hosted an international event aimed at assisting Yorkshire businesses break into the very lucrative Latin American market.
BPP Debating Competition Final – the results
On 8 June, Shulmans hosted the Grand Finale of the BPP Debating Competition at our offices of 10 Wellington Place, from 5.30pm until 8.00pm.
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Brexit and business immigration: what is likely to happen

The recent results of the EU Referendum have brought a lot of uncertainty in many areas.

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Stamp Duty changes make SIPP and SSAS more attractive
The growth in popularity of SIPP and SSAS investments has been given renewed impetus following the Stamp Duty changes announced in the 2016 Budget.
Shulmans successful in Court of Appeal case on adverse possession

It is often thought that an essential element of any claim to have acquired land by adverse possession is that the land is physically fenced or otherwise enclosed by the claimant for a period of 12 years or more.

The implications of IFRS 16 for landlords and tenants
The new international accounting standard for leases (IFRS 16) has been unveiled and although it will not come into force until 1 January 2019, landlords and tenants should give consideration to its implications sooner rather than later.
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Max Schrems' privacy campaign developments: latest update
Where does Max Schrems’ privacy campaign lead if Standard Contractual Clauses come under scrutiny and what happens to Privacy Shield now?
Mobile phone masts: are they still worth the income?
Earlier in May, the Department for Culture, Media & Sport published proposals for reform of the Electronic Communications Code, the legislation which enables operators of electronic communications equipment to secure access to land so that communications infrastructure can be installed.
Is self-policing the answer to the need for global reach on regulatory compliance?

When the UK's Bribery Act 2010 came into force in July 2011 many of us wondered how this new 'gold standard' for anti-bribery and corruption could be regulated effectively when it had such far-reaching effect. Rumours of a 100-strong dedicated team at the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) hardly seemed sufficient to make a dent in the issues covered by the Act, particularly given the cross-jurisdictional impact. 

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