How to hire after Brexit

Can Businesses secure a Sponsor License to hire Talent from outside of the EEA after Brexit?

October 14, 2019

When it comes to securing the skills necessary to operate and grow your business, Brexit may pose a sizeable roadblock, especially if you have been reliant on workers from across the European Economic Area (EEA).  ...

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Implications of Brexit on contracts

Implications of Brexit on contracts

October 7, 2019

Businesses of all sizes are concerned that there is great uncertainty for business, especially in the context of a possible no-deal exit by the UK from the European Union. Despite plenty of media coverage, many SMEs are unprepared and don’t have a resource, budgets or a roadmap to help them become prepared. Parties circumstances and markets change even in more simple times, and contracts that were one a “good bet...

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Brexit webinar series: Translating Brexit for Businesses

August 30, 2019

How will Brexit change the game for businesses? With Brexit negotiations still ongoing, you are possibly feeling confused about what actions you should be taking to best prepare your business. Is there anything you can start doing now? Throughout the Brexit process, our expert lawyers will be sharing their perspectives on the key challenges ahead, helping you to better unde...

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Brexit: Deal, or no deal?

March 12, 2019

The Prime Minister proceeds, or not, and a nation waits. Companies are suffering from cramps because they’ve been sitting on their hands for so long, waiting for a clear indication as to the direction in which the countries of the UK are being taken. The EU is moving in ways to protect itself, whatever the outcome of these negotiations. Droppin...

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Implications for Business and Trade of a No Deal Exit on 29 March 2019

March 6, 2019

The Government’s primary aim is to ensure that the UK leaves the EU on 29 March with a negotiated deal which will honour the result of the referendum. However, as a responsible government, it continues to plan for all eventualities, including one in which the UK leaves the EU without a deal. Over recent months, the Government has undertaken sig...

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What happens to Intellectual Property rights if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal?

February 12, 2019

If you haven’t already registered a UK trademark for your rights, now is a good time to do so. And if you were hesitating the below will explain why should start your registration now. With the prospect of a no deal ...

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IP 2019

IP 2019 – Predictions and Insights

February 5, 2019

Following on from our intellectual property round-up of 2018 and now that we’ve rolled into the New Year, we wanted to take this opportunity to look ahead to upcoming developments in the field of IP. There is a lot expected to be happening and it’s essential that our clients are as well prepared a...

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Brexit Deal – Impact on SMEs

December 5, 2018

Ed Balls, the ex-Shadow Chancellor for the Labour Party, is part of the team who have released a new report on the Brexit deal – ‘Deal or No Deal?’.  The report is published by Harvard Kennedy School and focuses on the impact of Brexit on small and medium-sized (SME) British businesses. Previously we discussed ...

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Brexit and GDPR – ICO Fines and Data Breaches

November 27, 2018

And so we hear about more data protection breaches… the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) doesn’t seem to be relaxing the reins on GDPR enforcement anytime soon! Alongside the various big brands who have recently been in the headlines for their various data protection slip-ups, Brexi...

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Brexit Series Part 4 | No Deal Game Plan for Financial Services Firms

November 15, 2018

LawBriefs solicitor Raza Naqvi has been providing his expert insight into the latest developments on Brexit. This week we bring the final blog post in this 4 part series, taking a look at ‘Brexit for Financial Services Firms’. The UK financial regulators (the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Authority (PRA)) in their...

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