The Brexit transition period deadline of 31 December 2020 is fast-approaching. The implications of either a trade deal or a "no-deal" between the UK and EU will constitute a major change for any company that has operations — directly or indirectly — in the UK as well as in the EU. Whatever the outcome and wherever you are in your Brexit planning, we provide you with the resources and support to analyse and understand the various potential outcomes of Brexit on your business, and how to best mitigate the potential risks posed and capitalise on new opportunities that may arise.
Our team of cross-practice specialists help businesses across a wide range of countries and sectors to fully understand the key legal and regulatory challenges that should be considered as part of a comprehensive Brexit strategy, taking account of the various potential models for a future relationship between the UK, the EU and third party countries through Free Trade Agreements (FTAs). We help assess the nuanced impact of Brexit across industries and map out how and when to navigate the legal complexities across areas ranging from international trade and customs, product regulation, tax, IP, data protection, commercial contracts, competition, employment and immigration, pensions, financial services regulation, corporate reorganisations and transactions.
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