Mayer Brown’s Brexit Snapshot
Mayer Brown’s Brexit Snapshot podcast series provides insight on the latest legal issues related to the United Kingdom’s new post-Brexit relationship with the European Union, and keeps you up to date on changes to the legislative framework.
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As the UK continues to adapt to life post-Brexit, the next important date from an immigration standpoint is 30 June 2021.
As we pass 100 days since the end of the Brexit transition period, it is time to reflect on what we have learnt so far in relation to how the end of Free Movement rights has affected British citizens and UK companies operating within the European Economic Area (EEA) and EEA citizens and EEA companies operating in the UK.
“Just-In-Time” is a series of written interviews with experts from different backgrounds, all of whom have extensive experience with supply chains, including knowledge of current trends and future developments. Issue 2 features Peter Szczensny, Head of Commercial Development & Health Politics, Grünenthal GmbH
Over the last year, there have been a number of important data protection developments in Europe that have a direct impact on the supply chain and distribution arrangements operated by organizations.
“Just-In-Time” is a series of written interviews with experts from different backgrounds, all of whom have extensive experience with supply chains, including knowledge of current trends and future developments. Issue 1 features Jan Läzer, Managing Director, Dortmunder Eisenbahn GmbH, a member of Captrain Group.
The UK Government unveiled its economic recovery plan in a policy proposal entitled, “Build Back Better: our plan for growth”, detailing specific courses of action and priorities essential to the rebuilding and uplifting of the British economy out from underneath Covid-19 and into the post-Brexit world.
How will the UK/ EU Trade & Cooperation Agreement impact hydrogen development and carbon capture and storage projects?
Arbitration of EU & UK disputes under the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: A Whistle-Stop Tour
The dispute settlement process was a sensitive part of the TCA negotiation and given that the Court of Justice of the EU (“CJEU”) has ended up with no role in this process (a point the UK was insistent on), it represents a significant concession on the part of the EU. Adopting a Q&A style, this update will take you on a whistle-stop tour of the important dispute settlement provisions at part six of the TCA.
To mark the first 100 days of the United Kingdom’s new trade agreement with the European Union, we hosted a case-study-based webinar outlining key implications of the new relationship for companies doing business in, or with entities in, the United Kingdom.
The Recast Insolvency Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2015/848), which (together with its predecessor) had been a part of the UK/EU restructuring and insolvency landscape for nearly two decades, has now fallen away. UK/EU restructurings and insolvencies opened after the end of the transition period will not have the benefit of its clear structure for the allocation of jurisdiction, the opening and recognition of proceedings and for the conduct and closure of those proceedings. This comes at a time when we expect to see a rise in the number of cross border cases.
With only a few weeks to go until the end of the Brexit transition period, you are invited to join us for a live, case study-based webinar outlining key implications of the end of the transitional regime for companies doing business in, or with parties in, the United Kingdom from 1 January 2021.
The end of the Brexit transition period and the implementation of the new UK/EU Trade Agreement have had a significant impact on technology transactions throughout Europe. Businesses entering into Europe-wide technology engagements should pay particular attention to the effects on technology licensing, data privacy and international data transfers, employment and immigration rules, and financial services regulatory requirements.
Kwadwo Sarkodie and Charles Harris discuss: what Brexit means for international arbitration; the impact of Brexit on commercial and cross-border disputes in English courts; and the key role that arbitration plays in the new Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA).