Tag Archives: Brexit

Insurance Horizons Series – GDPR goes global

The introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018 represented, for many insurance companies, the culmination of a multiyear transformational compliance project. Now, as we approach GDPR’s first year anniversary, the regulatory trend that began in the EU looks set to spread across the globe. In this article, we examine how the … Continue Reading

EU: EDPB Adopts “Information Note On GDPR Data Transfers”

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) last week adopted a paper clarifying the position in relation to data transfers between the EU and UK in the event of a no deal Brexit. The EDPB confirmed that if the UK exits the EU without a deal, then with effect from 30 March 2019 the UK will … Continue Reading

Boardroom Brexit – the Withdrawal Agreement

By: Richard Bonnar,  Paul Hardy and Jeroen Jansen We’ve been holding back on the next edition of Boardroom Brexit until there were concrete developments in the negotiations to report on. After a long wait, the UK and EU published the draft Withdrawal Agreement on 14 November 2018. At 585 pages long, the draft Withdrawal Agreement is a … Continue Reading

Withdrawal, transition and trade – the commercial implications of the latest milestone in the Brexit negotiations

As the one year countdown to Brexit begins, our colleagues Paul Hardy, Richard Bonnar and Jeroen Jansen provide their analysis of the recent negotiations and their insight into the commercial implications of the Withdrawal Agreement, the transitional arrangement, and the EU Guidelines on the future trade agreement. Click here to read the full analysis.  … Continue Reading

THE EU COMMISSION SETS OUT ITS POSITION ON BREXIT NEGOTIATIONS OVER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

On 6 September 2017, the EU Commission published its position paper setting out the main principles that will govern its attitude to Brexit negotiations with the UK on intellectual property (the “Paper”).  The Paper sets out 5 General Principles: Principle 1:  European IP rights should continue to retain comparable protection in the UK post BrexitPrinciple … Continue Reading

Labour & Employment Global Law Forum

On September 18th,  we co-hosted our second Labour & Employment Global Law Forum in collaboration with Herzog, Fox & Neeman (HFN) and the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) in HFN’s conference center in Tel Aviv. The program focused on crucial insights in employment and labour law issues in Israel and around the globe.  Moria Tam-Harshoshanim, … Continue Reading

Boardroom Brexit

The amount of information and analysis published since the UK’s referendum decision to leave the EU is bewildering. Reading it all would take as long as the Brexit negotiations themselves. Boardroom Brexit has been designed to help senior executives cut through to the issues that really matter for your business. In the first issue of … Continue Reading
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