On 31st December 2020, the Brexit transition period ended and the new EU-UK partnership began.
The second editiondiscusses 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.
Read an extract of Doing Business After Brexit
Table of Contents
Part I - Potential Impact of Brexit Introduction 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