One of the first Brexit apps for the business community – The App features news, analysis and commentary on Brexit
One of the first Brexit apps, enabling businesses to monitor the latest Brexit developments – along with receiving analysis and expert commentary – is being launched today.
Locke Lord’s iPhone Brexit App – available via free download by searching ‘Locke Lord Brexit’ on the App Store – has been developed to provide rapid analysis and insight into Brexit, with up-to-date legal commentary from Locke Lord lawyers in its offices around the globe. Not only does it enable users to stay informed, but covers potential legal implications of Brexit that may affect businesses, whether in the UK or abroad.
The app ties directly into the Firm’s recently launched Brexit blog, where you can easily browse blog posts, contact the Locke Lord Brexit team, and read team members’ biographies at the click of a button.
Users also have the ability to set up automatic push notifications on their iPhones to be alerted each time a new blog post has been added, ensuring that they will never miss out on the latest updates in Brexit news and progress.
“All of us in London are thrilled to launch the Locke Lord Brexit App in conjunction with our Brexit blog,” said Alan Meneghetti, a Partner in the Firm’s London office and Co-Editor of the Brexit blog.
“We are still awaiting the full implications of Brexit and our team is eager to stay at the forefront of these developments to help clients understand the possible impact it could have on their businesses,” he added.
Rebecca Watkins, Co-Editor of the blog comments further that “Our blog and iPhone App are great avenues to immediately deliver news and information to our clients and the legal community.”
The Locke Lord Brexit team has extensive experience in a variety of practices and industries and is committed to helping clients understand the risks and opportunities post-referendum and navigate as the situation evolves. The Firm’s London lawyers are recognized by well-regarded law Firm ranking organisations, including Chambers UK and the Legal 500, which list them among leaders in their fields.