Monthly Archives: February 2019
The View from Paris: French “no-deal” Brexit planning – Act two: the future of UK financial services industry in France
Only fifteen days after activating the French Brexit Act (Act n°2019-30) authorising the French Government to set out ordinances relating to transitional measures due to a “no-deal” Brexit, the French Government published on 6 February an ordinance about financial services … Continue reading
The following developments in relation to Brexit will be of interest to corporate practitioners in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit, i.e. if the UK leaves the European Union without a withdrawal agreement in place on 29 March 2019.
Miriam Everett, Head of the Data Protection and Privacy group at Herbert Smith Freehills, has been working with the LexisNexis Data Protection Intelligence Group to publish a paper on Brexit and international personal data transfers: Practical approaches for the private sector … Continue reading
The View from Brussels – how to use EU law to improve the Brexit deal along the lines requested by the UK Parliament
In this View from Brussels we discuss how EU law could be used by the UK to improve the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration along the lines recently requested by the UK Parliament. The backstop, if triggered, starts to apply … Continue reading
No-deal planning full steam ahead? With just under 2 months to go before the UK is due to exit the EU and the possibility of a no-deal Brexit still looming, the UK audiovisual media services industry, the largest in the … Continue reading
On 28 January 2019 the UK Government published guidance for EEA and Swiss citizens arriving in the UK after 29 March 2019 in the event of a “no deal” Brexit.