Day 77. On President Donald J. Trump’s 77th day as POTUS, he ordered a targeted military strike on the airfield in Syria where the chemical attack was launched. Specifically, he ordered the launch of over 50 tomahawk missiles on the Assad-regime airfield. This marks the first U.S. attack against the Syrian regime since the civil war erupted over six (6) years ago. An estimated 80-people, including women and children, were killed in the suspected toxic chemical attack in Syria’s northern province of Idlib. Over 500 civilians were injured.
Brexit happened. So what now? What are some of the legal implications for American companies doing business in the UK, and the rest of Europe for that matter?
Though it’s difficult to ascertain exactly now, some of the issues come down to what type of provisions were provided for in the agreements between American companies and their European counterparts. Some businesses have included provisions that stipulated certain courses of action should that European nation leave the Union, or if the EU’s structure were to change or dissolve altogether.