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ebl miller rosenfalck shortlisted for Legal Excellence Awards

ebl miller rosenfalck has been shortlisted for the prestigious Law Society Excellence Award in the Excellence in International Legal Services category read... Read More »



Voyageurs du Monde acquires UK specialist adventure travel company

ebl miller rosenfalck advised a subsidiary of Voyageurs du Monde SA on its acquisition of K E Adventure Travel Limited, a leading UK specialist in adventure travel. Voyageurs du Monde is domiciled in France and listed on Euronext Growth. Its global turnover in 2016 was €379.3 million. KE Adventure Travel, based in Keswick, offers hiking, trekking and cycling adventure holidays and tailor-made travel around the world and its turnover was £7.9 million in... Read More »



EU citizens to be given ‘settled’ status in the UK post Brexit…..

But many questions remain unanswered at this... Read More »



London Legal Walk

On Monday 22 May 2017 ebl miller rosenfalck will be taking part in the London Legal Walk to raise funds for free legal advice charities to help those in need. To find out more and to support us in raising funds for this very worthwhile cause please visit this link Thank you for your... Read More »



A perspective on some post-Brexit considerations for SME’s

While we do not yet know what form the UK’s ongoing relationship with the EU will take, it is vital that companies monitor and successfully navigate and plan for any changes on the horizon, especially around increased costs. The UK will not be shut out of the EU market following Brexit. The issue will be on what terms British traders then have access. A “stress test” of your business will uncover if you require a back-up plan. Please read more here. If you are thinking of setting... Read More »



Planning for Brexit

The Bank of England has written to the UK's biggest financial firms, urging them to plan for "all eventualities" as a result of the UK leaving the European Union. BBC News reported on 7 April that Bank governor Mark Carney said the "vast majority" of City firms already had contingency plans in place. It is vital that, similarly, SMEs should plan for life after withdrawal. A recent survey has estimated that up to 75% of UK businesses have made no plans for Brexit despite it being a major... Read More »