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Court seeks clarity over 'Bremain' scenario
Businesses are being forced to plan for a number of Brexit scenarios.
Dirty laundry: Do British businesses risk being tarnished by new EU anti-money laundering rules post-Brexit?
Fieldfisher corporate crime partner Francesca Titus and corporate crime associate Elliott Kenton discuss how moves to tighten up EU AML legislation could side-line UK companies.
Brexit: 6 months to go ...
Saturday 29 September marked six-months until the UK leaves the European Union. There is now less than 6-months to go until the UK leaves the European Union and there remains no clarity on what will happen and that uncertainty is set to remain. Whilst a deal of some description may remain the most likely outcome, the prospect of a hard Brexit continues to rise and business has a diminishing window to make preparations and minimise the risk.
Brexit – the Audiovisual Media Services Directive
As a current Member State of the European Union, the UK regulates audiovisual media services in line with the requirements of the AVMS Directive.
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Hannah Rowbotham, Oliver Abel Smith and Andrew Evans published 'Security over Art: General Developments & Highlights'
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Andrew Hood published 'The United States formally announces its intent to negotiate a Free Trade Agreement with the UK'
Rebecca Pakenham-Walsh published 'What does a no Brexit deal mean for intellectual property rights?'
Gordon Drakes published 'US Supreme Court alters tax landscape for foreign retailers doing business in the USA'
Dr. Thorsten Voss, Dr. Rüdiger Litten, Dr. Sven Labudda, Oliver Süme and Stephan Zimprich published 'Kammergericht Berlin: Bitcoin keine Rechnungseinheiten nach KWG und kein E-Geld nach ZAG'
Richard Gibbard and Jayne Backett published 'Property funds: FCA's latest proposals for improving liquidity management'
Carina May (Dalton) published 'Filling the gaps: Regulators step-up preparations for a no-deal Brexit'
Dr. Thorsten Voss is mentioned in 'Scale18 powered by DCMN "The conference for growth marketing innovators"'