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Brexit Leaves U.S. Regulatory Attorneys With Many Questions

June 27, 2016, The Legal Intelligencer

Grant Castle is quoted in a Legal Intelligencer article regarding the regulatory impact of Brexit. Commenting on the Food and Drug sector, Castle says, “The UK will inevitably diminish in significance when it comes to the regulation of pharmaceuticals and a venue where drug companies are going to want to be based. Historically, U.S. companies wanted to operate in Europe, out of the UK, primarily. We speak the language, we have the main EU regulator. So if you're looking at Europe from a policy, regulation perspective, you're going to be wanting to think about how the diminution of the UK as a player in the EU and globally will affect corporate structures and affect the pharmaceutical supply chain."

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