What implications do US Businesses face once the UK leaves the #EU? Find out here in an article by David Gent:… https://t.co/s3wHhH3Xxi
We are delighted to be Gold Sponsors of ACC's US Annual Meeting in Austin. Please stop by booth 105 to say hello an… https://t.co/Zd2WRBtl3v
Join us for our seminar on Thurs 1 November about the Senior Insurance Managers Regime. We'll cover the background… https://t.co/t1dWLdjlCn
From today, all communication within public procurement processes must be fully electronic - Claire Gamage looks at… https://t.co/Xu8GJrVTDt
Our new #TradeMark Directive Tracker is here! Access all major changes to national trade mark law in one map. See… https://t.co/TajctnWoRh
What will #EU migration look like post-Brexit? Read the article by our employment team, with the recommendations of… https://t.co/KMlrQBlYG9
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