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Impact of a "no deal" Brexit on the UK rail industry
The Government's guidance on "Rail transport if there's no Brexit deal" was published on 12 October 2018.
Brexit and Data Protection: Blue Passports for Data Exports?
Are you bamboozled by Brexit? Worried about Withdrawal? Having nightmares about the negotiations? Then help is at hand! This blog goes back to basics and helps you to understand what is meant by a "deal" and "no deal" Brexit, the difference between the Withdrawal Agreement, EU Withdrawal Act, and the EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill, and why all of this has to be figured out by 11pm on 29 March 2019. Most importantly, it also explains what Brexit will mean for data protection, and what you should be thinking about in your role as a privacy professional now.
Competition law post-hard Brexit – an amputation and some transplants
In the increasingly likely event of a no-deal Brexit, major legislative change will be needed in numerous areas to sever UK law from EU law and ensure that it remains workable in the post-Brexit
The Meaningful Vote
As it passed through Parliament the EU Withdrawal Bill was amended and the final version of Section 13 of the Act is the provision which now makes clear that Government will not be able to ratify the
Food for thought: Preparing for regulatory change in the production and labelling of food in the event of a no-deal Brexit
The UK Government set out guidance for food and drinks businesses on potential changes to the regulation of their products in the event that the UK exits the EU without a deal on 29 March 2019.
James Corlett published 'Merchandising & Licensing Update - SDI Services Limited v The Rangers Football Club Limited'
Guy Usher, Edward Miller and Todd Whitby published 'Derivatives alert: Negative interest rates under CSAs: Appeal allowed'
Nicola Sewell published 'Government launches updated anti-money laundering strategy with a focus on the role of "professional enablers" such as lawyers, accountants and estate agents'