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To tailor our advice to our clients’ business needs, we focus on a number of specific service offerings and on a number of sectors: Automotive & Transportation, Banking & Capital Markets, Consumer Products & Retail, Government & Public and Health, Insurance, Life Sciences, Media & Entertainment, Oil & Gas, Power & Utilities, Private Equity, Real Estate & Hospitality, Technology, and Telecommunications.

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Throughout the delivery of our advice, we make sure at each point that we understand clearly what matters to you. Working with centrally managed cross-border teams and with single responsible country contacts, our controlled, efficient services around the world assist your business wherever required.

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EY Law Brexit Conversation Guide EY Law Brexit Conversation Guide

This guide provides you with basic information on the legal issues associated with different business objectives and sectors as well as a set of right Brexit-related questions to ask.

 

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EY Global Legal Commercial Terms HandbookEY Global Legal Commercial Terms Handbook

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EY - Brexit and Life Sciences- the perfect storm Brexit and Life Sciences- the perfect storm

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EU Regulatory Law – the ‘bird’s eye’ view EU Regulatory Law – the ‘bird’s eye’ view

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EY - Labor and employment law challenges in business transformations Labor and employment law challenges in business transformations

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