Takeaways, and Many Questions, from U.S. Regulatory Lawyers After ‘Brexit’ Vote

Regulatory lawyers at law firm offices in the U.S. and overseas on Friday were scrambling to assess for clients the immediate and potential long-term effects of the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union. In short, there are, and will be, many questions. And few answers.

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