Navigating Brexit, and beyond
The Brexit transition period ended at 23:00 on December 31, 2020 and the UK-EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement has now come into effect.
The UK’s decision to leave the EU presents opportunities and challenges. Here, we set out some of the key issues businesses will need to consider.
Our Brexit Q&As provide the answers to some of the common questions
our clients have about the transition and beyond, tailored to your sector or industry.
Antitrust and competition
Choice of Law, jurisdiction and enforcement
Contractual and counter-party risk
Employment and labor Enforcement Implementation period Insolvency
Intellectual property Real estate and environment Tax
The United Kingdom’s (UK) departure from the European Union (EU) on January 31, 2020 and the subsequent expiry of the transitional provisions on December 31, 2020 has profound implications for trading activities in financial instruments and physical commodities.
Currently the UK is bound by the rules for choice of law set out in the Rome I Regulation (593/2008) (with respect to contractual obligations) and in the Rome II Regulation (864/2007) (which provides an ability for parties to adopt a choice of law for non-contractual obligations).
2021 has brought monumental change to the restructuring and insolvency landscapes in the UK and Germany.
Increasing interconnection with continental Europe will necessarily require cooperation with the EU internal energy market (IEM).
Join us as we take a look at the architecture of the UK regulatory regime following the end of the transition period, the regulatory rules that apply to firms, and where to find this material.
As the Brexit transition period draws to a close there have been a wide variety of questions on the regulatory requirements regarding outsourcing in Germany.
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