Why choose our Brexit lawyers?
Fieldfisher's Brexit task force is an interdisciplinary group of experts made up of ex-Government and EU lawyers, policy insiders and sector specialists. We can work with your business, your board and your in-house counsel to understand the international, EU and UK legal framework that underpin your business to help map the risks ahead for yourselves, your suppliers and your customers.
We combine a deep understanding of key sectors, strong teams in cross-cutting areas of expertise and experience in both international trade law and the conduct of international trade negotiations from the UK and the EU perspective to provide both a real insight into the TCA and an opportunity to think about its strategic risks and opportunities in the medium and long-term.
Whether through TCA-proofing contracts, workforce planning, supply chain mapping, registration of IP, securing data transfers or considering the impact on your cash flow post-January 1, together we help develop practical and commercially-focused solutions to provide cost-effective and staged solutions to the challenges and opportunities the TCA may bring.
On 31 December 2020, the UK exited the European Union (EU). At Fieldfisher we have created a selection of guides to ensure you have the necessary tools and information.
The papers available are:
- Brexit Checklist - a useful cross-sectoral guide to consider the types of issues where Brexit may impact businesses.
- Brexit: Supply Chain Checklist - highlights relevant to the practical operation of supply chains from 1 January 2021.
- The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement: The new relationship - On 24 December 2020, the UK and EU finally concluded the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) which sets the course on their new trading relationship and, together with the UK’s other international trade agreements, marks a significant departure for businesses based in, or trading with, the UK.
The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement sets out underlying principles for the future trading relationship between the United Kingdom and European Union. Watch our vlogs to understand the implications for passengers and goods.
Brexit and Beyond
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