Doing Business After Brexit

A Practical Guide to the Legal Changes

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On 31st December 2020, the Brexit transition period ended and the new EU-UK partnership began.

The second edition discusses the new EU-UK partnership, and the related agreements, looking at the effect these will have on businesses trading with the EU. The book then looks at each area pertinent to running a business and looks at the related advantages and disadvantages that arise from Brexit, e.g. the Brexit Trade and Cooperation Agreement, a new points-based immigration system, and customs and VAT rules on imports and exports.

This title is included in Bloomsbury Professional's Company and Commercial Law online service.

Table of Contents

Part I - Potential Impact of Brexit
Chapter 1: Overview of UK Law Following the Post-Brexit Transition Period
Chapter 2: The Impact of the EU-UK Free Trade Agreement on the UK Economy
Chapter 3: A Legal Contingency Plan for Brexit
Chapter 4: Tax
Chapter 5: The Legal Impact of Brexit on the UK-Based Financial Services Sector
Chapter 6: Commercial Contracts
Chapter 7: Brexit and Construction
Chapter 8: Immigration
Chapter 9: Commercial Disputes
Chapter 10: IP and Data Protection
Chapter 11: Technology
Chapter 12: Employment issues post-Brexit
Chapter 13: Insolvency
Chapter 14: Rules of Origin Under the Trade and Co-Operation Agreement
Chapter 15: Importing Goods
Chapter 16: What next?

Part II - Thought Leadership by Inspirational Leaders

Product details

Published 17 Mar 2022
Format Paperback
Edition 2nd
Extent 440
ISBN 9781526520364
Imprint Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions 248 x 156 mm
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing

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Helen Wong MBE

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