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  1. Legal news
    25 February 2019
    The new UKCA mark to mirror the CE marking in a no-deal Brexit

    The UK government has published details of the new UK product marking to mirror the CE mark for certain products to be placed on the market in the UK in the event of a 'no deal' Brexit on 29 March 2019.

  2. Legal news
    13 March 2019
    Air Traffic Rights: is the UK getting closer to reaching a deal with the EU?

    Recent political developments may leave many people with uncertainty of how the UK will leave the EU or even when. The possibility of a "no deal" Brexit has focused attention on the basis on which flights would continue ...

  3. Legal news
    13 September 2019
    Doing business in the UK: overview

    Bird & Bird's Commercial team is delighted to have written Practical Law's 'Doing business in the UK' guide. This Q&A gives an overview of key recent developments affecting doing business in UK, as well as an ...

  4. Legal news
    04 February 2020
    Software Export Controls between the EU and the UK – the Impact of Brexit

    The export of certain categories of software, and particularly encryption software, is controlled by export control regulations in the UK and the EU.

  5. Legal news
    29 March 2019
    Whilst political uncertainty remains with Brexit, the fog is beginning to lift in the legal landscape for future immigration control in the UK.

    In the midst of Brexit chaos, it has not escaped our notice that the Home Office published their Statement of Intent to change the Immigration Rules (HC 1919) on 7 March 2019. For employers, there are significant ...

  6. Legal news
    24 September 2019
    Legislation is passed seeking to avoid a hard Brexit – where do we stand now?

    The so-called anti-hard Brexit legislation, the European Union (Withdrawal) (No.2) Act 2019 (the 'Act'), received royal assent on 9 September 2019. The Act requires the Prime Minister to seek, on 19 October 2019, a ...

  7. Legal news
    01 May 2019
    Is Brexit "frustrating"? The English High Court clarifies the application of frustration to lease contracts

    This English High Court decision upheld a lease held to the European Medicines Agency (EMA) for its London HQ and decided that Brexit would not 'frustrate' the contract.

  8. Legal news
    25 September 2019
    Supreme Court rules against the Government on Prorogation

    The Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that the Prime Minister's decision and advice to Her Majesty the Queen on the prorogation of Parliament were unlawful and invalid, and that Parliament has (in legal terms) not ...