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On Friday 31 January 2020, the UK finally left the EU.
The UK and EU negotiating teams have commenced negotiations of a possible free trade agreement.
The UK exits the EU on 31st January 2020. By virtue of the transition period in the Withdrawal Agreement, EU law will continue to apply in and in relation to the UK only until the 31st December 2020.
Welcome to the latest edition of our Dispute Resolution bulletin from Bird & Bird's UK disputes team. This edition features articles on recent legal developments together with a selection of the resources we have ...
As you know, the UK is leaving the EU on 31 January 2020. Except in most ways it isn't, really. As part of the Brexit process a transition period has been agreed until 31 December 2020, which is referred to as "IP ...
The UK and EU completed their third round of negotiations of a proposed future trade agreement on 15 May.
The Migration Advisory Committee ("MAC") recently published their much awaited report on the Australian-style Points-based system as a model for the UK's future immigration system. To many immigration lawyers, the ...
With Brexit, just spending a few moments thinking about the boiler plate clauses in your commercial agreements of could save you time and more importantly money in the long term.
Currently, the issue of whether the UK will have a hard Brexit or a soft Brexit is in the balance. A soft Brexit requires the conclusion of a Withdrawal Agreement to take effect on the Brexit date of 29 March 2019, and ...
The Court of Justice of the EU (the "CJEU") has held in a judgment of 10th December 2018 that an EU Member State may unilaterally revoke a notice to withdraw from the EU, given under Article 50 of the Treaty on the EU ...