Viewing: Brexit Briefcase
We are within 60 days of ‘Exit Day’. We are all very concerned about (the Speaker of the House of Commons) John Bercow’s larynx, and Barclays Bank is triggering its no-deal Brexit plan at a reported cost of £160bn. What would a ‘no-deal Brexit’ look like for your organisation? What, if anything, can you be doing to prepare?
Amid portents of food shortages, power cuts and even civil unrest, the one question that is gripping UK businesses and charities more than any other is: ‘what will happen to our EU Trade Mark rights?!’
There are now less than 50 days until ‘Exit Day’ and unsurprisingly the news is full of insight as to how organisations are making their own preparations for post-Brexit Britain.
Abbie Rumbold, partner in Bates Wells’ Charity & Social Enterprise team, has contributed to a Charity Finance roundtable focusing on how Brexit is likely to impact on the UK’s civil society.
Victoria Hordern, head of Data Privacy, has commented for Global Data Review News on how a no-deal Brexit threatens data flow into the UK.
In light of recently-issued UK government guidance on the effects of a ‘No-Deal Brexit’ on data protection law and practice, Victoria Hordern, Head of Data Privacy, has responded with her thoughts on what this guidance will mean in practice for organisations which could be impacted by this turn of events.
With fears of a “No-Deal Brexit” growing due to increasingly turbulent UK/EU negotiations, BWB has collaborated with the Creative Industries Federation to release a report.
Charities may not have been among the sectors consulted on Brexit but the changes will hit them all the same.
Immigration expert Philip Trott outlines the current position of EU nationals in the UK, as Brexit negotiations continue.
EU citizens have been waiting anxiously since the UK voted to leave the EU over a year ago to find out how Brexit will impact them. Yesterday Theresa May made a long-awaited announcement: "EU citizens living lawfully in the UK today will be able to stay."
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, previously referred to as the ‘Great Repeal Bill’ was introduced to Parliament last week. BWB's Melanie Carter, Emma Dowden-Teale and Alistair Williams discuss the main effects the Bill will have.