WebinarJuly 8, 2016 | 00:00 - 00:00 |
There are significant questions to be considered now that the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union.
The process is likely to take two years or more but there may be major consequences for many businesses and planning should start immediately to identify the risks and opportunities that the UK’s exit from the EU may bring.
To assist you and your business with the initial response to Brexit, our Risk Advisory Group will be hosting a live webinar this Friday, July 8, 2016 at 10:30 am EST.
Attendance is via webinar only, with log in details provided upon registration.
- Derek Burney, Senior Strategic Advisor, Norton Rose Fulbright
From 1989-1993, Mr. Burney served as Canada’s Ambassador to the United States. Before joining our Ottawa office, he was directly involved in concluding negotiations of the Canada-US Free Trade agreement and NAFTA.
- Martin Coleman, Head of Antitrust and Competition; Global Co-head of Regulation and Investigations, Norton Rose Fulbright
Mr. Coleman is based in both our London and Brussels offices and heads our London Brexit group. He has led many cases before the European Commission and UK competition authorities and has advised major businesses, public authorities and national governments on competition law issues.
This session will highlight the pressing market and legal issues that stem from the referendum result including:
- Taking a calm and measured approach given uncertainty of what’s to come
- Political and economic considerations
- What you should do if you are considering investing in Britain
We hope you can join us and participate in a live Q&A.
Friday, July 8, 2016
10:30 a.m. ET
This will be a 30 minute webinar with live questions and answers.
This webinar will be presented in English only.
For more information, please contact the events team in Canada.
Brexit developments and support
We have also established a team of lawyers with specific industry and EU law and regulation expertise who are available to support you in assessing the likely impact of the UK’s decision on your business and planning how to address these challenges.
For support, please speak to your usual Norton Rose Fulbright contact or our Brexit team.
There is information on the likely impacts of Brexit for a wide range of industries on our dedicated Brexit site.
Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss any issues you are facing in relation to Brexit.