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  • Overview

    When unpredictable forces are at play, you need lawyers who can help you understand, predict, and respond. With a new EU trade deal coming into force against the backdrop of a global pandemic, this is truer than ever, which makes it even more important to seek Brexit legal services.

    At a time when many businesses and individuals alike are still reeling from the unprecedented impact of COVID-19, our expert lawyers are here to support clients and help them navigate the twin challenge of Brexit in the era of Coronavirus. 

    As our understanding of the new trade deal and our ongoing relationship with the EU develops, we’ll be working hard to equip our clients with the resilience and foresight to tackle whatever the future holds following Brexit.

     

    What can businesses and individuals do now?

    Although there are still many unanswered questions around Brexit, there are also many things that businesses and individuals can do now, especially in relation to: 

    1. Getting specific about whether you are dealing with the UK or GB.
    2. Transfers of Personal Data
    3. EU citizens working in the UK and the EU Settlement Scheme
    4. Employing EU citizens after 1 Jan 2021
    5. UK staff travelling to the EU
    6. Intellectual Property registrations before and after 1 Jan 2021
    7. .eu domain names
    8. Road hauliers
    9. Product certification and labelling
    10. Ecommerce businesses compliance with local laws
    11. Import and Export arrangements
    12. Liability for delays at the border
    13. Energy efficiency labelling rules


    You can read about the above points in more detail here - https://www.ts-p.co.uk/news/brexit-action-to-take-now-regardless-of-ongoing-deal-negotiations

    As the implications from the new trade deal continue to emerge, we will continue to deliver up to date advice and insight.

    At a time of such uncertainty, we can provide you with pragmatic advice and deeper insights on what Brexit means for you and your business. Get in touch with a member of the team today if you have any further questions.

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    Some key takeaways for the food and drinks sector

    Despite a trade deal between the United Kingdom and Europe being reached, businesses in the food and drinks sector will face a plethora of changes in 2021.

    Brexit transition period ends: what this means for jurisdiction and enforcement

    On 24 December 2020, whilst most people were trying to finalise their Christmas shopping, the UK and the EU succeeded in finalising the post-Brexit trade and co-operation agreement.

    Brexit: Action to take now, regardless of ongoing deal negotiations

    You may be thinking…Brexit has already happened and so it has, but the real issues arise upon the ending of the transition period on 31st December 2020.

    Helping charities get prepared for Brexit and a general election

    The issue of Brexit is still very much a moving feast, and while the government ‘Get Ready for Brexit’ website aims to help individuals and organisations – including charities – prepare, there is still much confusion from all sectors about what Brexit – in whatever form it may eventually take – will mean for them. 

    UK may become GDPR 'third country': what does this mean for you?

    At the end of this month, the UK is set to leave the European Union. The Government still hopes for a deal but it remains to be seen whether an adequacy decision for the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will form part of that deal. If it doesn’t, or if the UK exits with “no-deal,” the UK will be a third-country for the purposes of GDPR in the remaining EU member states and Iceland, Lichtenstein and Norway (the additional countries that along with the EU form the EEA).

    Brexit - what if?

    It is fair to say, that businesses are still mostly uncertain about what impact Brexit will have on them.

    Brexit travel: Visa travel following UK’s withdrawal

    On 9 April 2019, the General Affairs Council had opted the proposed regulation amending Council Regulation (EC) 539/2001. 

    London Residential Conveyancing Market - Where are we now?

    In our experience (mainly covering South East, including London) we have not seen a massive Brexit impact.  We have seen a few transactions fall through that can be directly linked to the uncertainty in the market pending Brexit.

    Over 90% of business people would not vote differently over Brexit

    We surveyed 140 businesses across the UK’s key sectors, including banking and finance, property and agriculture to gauge the current market sentiment ahead of the UK’s anticipated date of exiting the EU

    What does Brexit mean for your IP?

    Curious about how Brexit will affect your intellectual property (IP) rights after the UK leaves the EU? Here’s a high level summary of some key points to consider. 

    Brexit: House builders insist property 'remains a great investment' as share prices continue to fall

    Laura Keatley, senior associate from our commercial property team speaks to Kent Business and comments on whether property is still a great investment as share prices continue to fall as a result of Brexit.

    Brexit - there is a great deal to think about

    Senior Partner, James Partridge speaks to the Times of Tunbridge Wells and describes the impact that the Leave vote will have on businesses and looks at five key areas including commercial contracts, dispute resolution, employment, commercial property and data protection.  

    Brexit and employment law implications

    A large amount of the UK’s employment law comes from the EU, for example the Working Time Regulations, Agency Worker Regulations and rules on transfers of undertakings.  As a member of the EU the UK has to implement EU Directives in its own domestic law and court and tribunal judges have to interpret such laws in accordance with the objectives behind them and consistent with rulings by the European Court of Justice. 

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