A leading solicitor from City law firm Carter Lemon Cameron has spoken at a recent event on Brexit held at the Polish Embassy.
Partner Kate Boguslawska took part in the event organised by the Investment Promotion Section of the Embassy together with the Association of Polish Engineers in Great Britain.
The talk – part of the embassy’s ‘Business Evenings’ programme – saw a number of speakers address the assembled businesses on a wide range of issues.
Using her expertise, Kate spoke about Brexit and how businesses can best prepare themselves for the potential changes ahead. She also discussed the High Court’s decision to put Article 50 before Parliament, an announcement which was made just hours before the evening took place.
Kate Boguslawska said: “Brexit continues to create a fair degree of uncertainty for businesses in the UK, both those with a vested interest in the EU, such as the businesses who attended this event and for those who will be indirectly affected.
“This event couldn’t have been timelier with the High Court’s decision, but the focus for many remained on what the future would hold in store, regardless of this ruling.
“I hope my talk proved useful to some of those in attendance and that it will help to protect the trade links the UK and Poland have already developed.”
Her knowledge in this area was also recently shared at an event in Krakow, where she took part in a panel discussion on business strategies for Polish businesses post-Brexit that had been organised by a London-based firm of chartered accountants.
Kate Boguslawska specialises in commercial and employment law and has a wealth of experience representing Polish businesses that are trading in the UK.