Monthly Archives: July 2017

WEBINAR NOW AVAILABLE: NAVIGATING THE POST-BREXIT ENERGY MARKET

The status quo of the UK remaining in the EU’s internal energy market is highly unlikely. This report, in collaboration with The Boston Consulting Group and Global Counsel analyses the implications for the UK and the EU27 to help business … Continue reading

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PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES GOVERNMENT POSITION PAPER – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

The post below was first published on our Public International Law blog. Prior to the next round of Brexit negotiations, on 13 July 2017 the Government published a position paper on the privileges and immunities enjoyed by the EU institutions, … Continue reading

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UK GOVERNMENT PUBLISHES POSTION PAPERS AHEAD OF JULY NEGOTIATION

Three papers have been released by the UK Government, outlining how the UK will negotiate on the following issues:   •Ongoing Union judicial and administrative proceedings •Nuclear materials and safeguards issues •Privileges and immunities   The Government also released a … Continue reading

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(GREAT) REPEAL BILL RELEASED

Today the UK Government released the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill (the Repeal Bill), along with an official press release. Explanatory notes, general information about the bill, delegatory powers' memorandum, and a guidance note for businesses and organisations were also made … Continue reading

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IP NOTES BLOG LAUNCHES

Herbert Smith Freehills is pleased to announce the launch of its new Intellectual Property Notes blog, where you will find articles, commentary and updates on the latest IP developments, including the impact of Brexit. As the UK negotiates the terms … Continue reading

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Strong currents: Navigating the Post-Brexit Energy Market

Tuesday 4 July 2017, 12.30 – 1.45pm BST The status quo of the UK remaining in the EU's internal energy market is highly unlikely. This report, in collaboration with The Boston Consulting Group and Global Counsel analyses the implications for … Continue reading

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