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Brexit And Access To UK Financial Markets By EU27 Firms
The UK is proposing new legislation to mitigate the impact on EU27 regulated firms arising from a "no deal" scenario in March 2019.
UK
13 Aug 2018
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International Firms Caught Between US Iran Sanctions And EU Blocking Statute
Multinationals might soon find themselves caught in the middle of more US-EU trade tensions as the EU prepares to block the extra-territorial effects of the sanctions which the United States ("US") ...
European Union
25 Jul 2018
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EU Member States Back Retaliation Measures Against US Products
Last Thursday, 14 June 2018, the EU Member States backed a proposal from the Commission to impose additional customs tariffs on a wide range of US products.
European Union
25 Jun 2018
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Trading In The European Meat Market
The EU is one of the largest markets for meat consumption in the world.
UK
7 Feb 2018
5
Film And Television Subsidies Post-Brexit
Tax credits in the United Kingdom ("UK"), including those for film and television production, are currently subject to European Union ("EU") state aid rules.
European Union
30 Nov 2017
6
The UK Staking Its Claim In The Future Of Space – Brexit And Beyond
A version of this article was published in Satellite Finance magazine in February 2017.
UK
22 Mar 2017
7
Theresa May Sets Out Brexit Plan
Theresa May's confirmation that the UK would be leaving the EU's Single Market follows logically from the decision that the UK will leave the EU.
UK
20 Jan 2017
8
Will The Brexit Trade Deal Take 10 Years?
We see that Sir Ivan Rogers, Britain's ambassador to the EU, is reported as saying that it could take until the mid-2020s to get a UK-EU trade deal in place.
UK
22 Dec 2016
9
Don't Jump Ship, Persian Prospects Persist: Trump And The Iran Nuclear Deal
Following our article in July 2016 which examined encouraging developments for UK and foreign businesses seeking to explore business opportunities in Iran we now consider the Iranian market...
UK
20 Dec 2016
10
EU Treatment Of Imports From China In Anti-Dumping Cases: Nothing Changes On 11 December 2016
Over the past couple of years, there has been increased attention to the expiration on 11 December 2016 of a particular provision within the part of China's WTO Accession Protocol...
Worldwide
15 Dec 2016
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Export Controls And Sanctions Update – September 2016
The European Union ("EU") has updated various sanctions regimes, including those against Afghanistan, Burundi, the Central African Republic, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo...
European Union
18 Oct 2016
12
Conservative Party Conference Brexit Update
The Conservative Party conference has provided some clarity and certainty around when triggering Article 50 is likely to happen.
UK
12 Oct 2016
13
Important Recent Developments In EU Consumer Law
On 25 May 2016 the European Commission tabled a package of measures designed to help businesses and consumers buy and sell products and services online with more ease...
UK
27 Sep 2016
14
International Employee Mobility After Brexit
It appears that Brexit has taken the UK political elite by surprise, so the ramifications of Brexit are likely to be uncertain until at least until 2017 according to UK Prime Minister May.
UK
27 Sep 2016
15
Brexit: Issues For Asset Managers
Asset management may be one of the areas of financial services most likely to be severely affected by Brexit.
UK
3 Aug 2016
16
BREXIT: Dramatic Implications For The Media Industry?
On Thursday 23rd June, the UK voted to leave the EU with a narrow majority of 52%. The outlook is far from clear, but here we explore some of the implications of Brexit for those in the media industry.
UK
19 Jul 2016
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Digital Single Market Update - 13 Jul 2016
On 25 May 2016, the European Commission announced a tripartite plan of attack aimed at pushing the digital single market strategy forward.
UK
19 Jul 2016
18
Brexit Q & A's: Finance And Financial Services
The UK government is likely to use Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union, under which a member state wishing to leave the EU must give notice of its intention to withdraw.
UK
4 Jul 2016
19
What Is The UK's Decision To Leave The EU Likely To Mean For The UK Audio-visual Sector?
As a result of the Referendum, we must now focus on the direction of travel with the UK leaving the EU.
UK
1 Jul 2016
20
The Rules On The Execution Of A Contract By A Foreign Company May Not Be As Protective As You Thought
In the not too distant past, it was uncertain how a foreign company could validly execute a document governed by English law other than by its common seal.
UK
11 Mar 2016
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