Suite of on-demand short videos from UK government for businesses on importing, exporting, rules of origin, tariffs, providing services to EU markets, Northern Ireland, data handling, hiring staff, and selling goods. Sector-specific videos also cover chemicals regulations, IP, emissions, waste, and Horizon funding.
External resources on Brexit and contracts, data and legal issues
Externally-produced resources providing practical information on how the UK's exit from the EU affects regulatory issues, contracts, commercial relationships and data handling.
Providing services and travelling for business to the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein: country guides
Country-by-country guides aimed at UK businesses providing services and travelling for business. They cover trade regulations, ownership of companies, business travel and entry requirements, recognition of professional qualifications, and GDPR.
A summary of key changes to UK intellectual property law after the transition period ends, including changes to IP rights such as trade marks, designs, patents and copyright.
Government guidance on what businesses need to do regarding data protection and data flows with the EU after the end of the transition period. It includes information on receiving personal data from the EU/EEA and already adequate third countries, personal data flows from the UK, personal data provisions in the Withdrawal Agreement, and GDPR.
Legal Guide from Herbert Smith Freehills covering the key issues that will affect businesses in the UK and its trading partners in the coming months. Notifications of updates to the guide are available by signing up to their Brexit blog.
Updates and guidance from international law firm Simmons & Simmons on how to navigate the challenges of adapting to the post-Brexit world.
Guidance and resources to help organisations prepare for the end of the transition period
PWC recommends preparing for the end of the Brexit transition period by analysing your existing contracts and keeping in touch with your most important partners to find out how Brexit is affecting them and the steps they are taking to prepare.
Checklist from UK law firm Travers Smith on how to brexit-proof your contracts covering definitions, pricing, compliance, change control, relief events, termination, data protection, governing law and dispute resolution.
Briefing from Slaughter and May highlighting questions to consider when reviewing material contracts through a Brexit lens.
Brexit hubs have been established by professional firms, organisations and publications that provide regular updates on the latest steps towards exit from the European Union and the impact on businesses.
International law firm Eversheds offer a range of content on the key issues for businesses, including a series of guides on topics such as contracts and procurement.
Analysis, commentary and checklists from CMS Law-Now on the legal implications of a Brexit on businesses operating in, and trading with, the UK.
The UK Government is in the process of publishing around 1000 amending statutory instruments (SIs) to ensure that the UK’s laws and regulations will function effectively after the UK exits the EU. This tool, developed by Linklaters, is designed to help businesses identify SIs which could affect the markets they operate in.
Microsite from Simmons & Simmons which offers analysis of the legal consequences of Brexit and its impact on business activities.
The New Law Journal's brexit hub offers a mixture of news, opinion and in-depth analysis of the legal developments surrounding the UK's departure from the EU.
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