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Pieter De Koster shines a spotlight on the question of Brexit's impact on European Works Councils ('EWCs'). Despite turbulent debate over the risks and disruptions emerging from Brexit, EWCs appear to have received ...
As part of the Government's efforts to help businesses prepare for the possibility of the UK exiting the European Union without a deal on 31st October 2019 it has recently published a paper entitled Consumer rights and ...
In our April 2018 newsletter, we shared the news that .eu domain names will no longer be available for UK residents and entities post-Brexit. Since then Brexit has been postponed twice, but the new date is ...
With the end of the transition period looming large, Brexit is firmly resuming its place on the agenda for many businesses. For registered design protection, as with many areas of law, the advice in relation to Brexit ...
After many months of negotiations between the UK and EU, the EU has now confirmed that from 1 January 2021, designs first disclosed in the UK will no longer enjoy the benefit of unregistered design protection in the EU.
Although the likelihood of the UK exiting the EU without a deal on 31 October 2019 has diminished due to the passage of a law aimed at blocking a no-deal exit, UK employers should remain cautious and be ready for ...
The UK exited the EU on 31 January 2020 and has entered into a transition period that is due to end on 31 December 2020, unless extended.
Katharine Stephens reports on the Exhaustion of IP rights if there is a no-deal Brexit and Emma Green delves into what rights owners should consider in relation to customs enforcement in order to be ready to take action ...
In this article we consider some of the standard ‘boilerplate’ clauses
usually found in any contract and how Brexit may affect their
operation due to the legal changes it will give rise to.
The possibility of a "no deal" Brexit has focused attention on the basis on which flights would continue to operate between the UK and EU27 in that event.