Brexit resources for legal professionals
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Video: spring 2018 update
This video provides an update on what the political agreement for a transitional period means for financial services firms, and what the next 12 months have in store with regards to Brexit preparations and contingency planning.
Debt capital markets
A guide to Practical Law's key Brexit materials that may interest participants in the debt capital markets.
Brexit FAQ Updates
As the Government continues to negotiate the UK’s exit from the European Union, stay at the full front of the latest developments as they unfold with our Brexit FAQ Updates – written and regularly updated by Daniel Greenberg.
Practical Law provides an overview of the key legal and regulatory issues affecting financial services arising from the UK’s decision to leave the EU, plus a suite of materials on the implications of Brexit on this sector.
This article, ‘Brexit: what’s to come in 2018?’ looks at the challenges at home and abroad, as the second phase of Article 50 negotiations is shifting to transition and the UK’s future outside the EU.
Practical Law has launched an interactive timeline of events which allows you to track past, present and future developments related to the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
Cross-border intellectual property: a snapshot of Practical Law’s survey results.
Thomson Reuters Legal led a panel of experts to discuss Brexit and the choice of law and jurisdiction clauses: views from Germany, Ireland and Italy. Watch the webinar recording and download the presentation slides below.
Intellectual property rights
The European Commission sets out its initial expectations for intellectual property rights after withdrawal of the UK from the EU, in particular in relation to geographical indications and exhaustion of rights.
EU Bill what next?
It survived its second reading in September, but now that we are approaching the Committee stage, things are likely to get more interesting. Daniel Greenberg, Westlaw UK General Editor of Annotated Statutes and Insight Encyclopaedia, looks at what could happen next.
Should the rules change to support UK jobs?
EU withdrawal Bill
We hear from Daniel Greenberg on whether there is complexity without clarity regarding the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill.
In-house and Brexit
This report presents the results of Practical Law's recent research into how in-house lawyers, and the organisations they work in, are approaching Brexit.
Does Brexit mean Brexit?
The Practical Law Brexit team make sense of what was billed as the ‘Brexit election’. They examine the current political situation and a look at what can happen next.
Trade relationship toolkit
A summary of options for the trade relationship between the UK and the EU following the UK's withdrawal from the EU (Brexit), with links to relevant Practical Law materials and other useful resources.
What’s Market: Brexit
An analysis by What's Market of Brexit-related risk factors and disclosures in prospectuses, AIM admission documents, circulars and other public documents published since the date of the vote to leave the EU.
Renowned data protection expert Rosemary Jay answers our questions about the key challenges posed by the GDPR which is the most significant development in the UK data protection law since the 1998 Act itself.
Get to grips with the process for the UK to leave the EU and negotiate the terms of exit.
UK's Trade deals
This blog post looks at the obstacles and opportunities facing the UK as it pushes for new trade deals outside of the EU.
UK-EU trade relationship
What are the options for the trade relationship between the UK and the EU? Read the full summary on Practical Law.
Law and jurisdiction
Read the latest blog post from Anna Pertoldi - Are clients turning away from English choice of law and jurisdiction clauses?
As businesses intensify their preparations for Brexit, our experts at Practical Law In-house offer their insight as to the contingency planning that in-house lawyers should be undertaking.
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