Brexit has taken place, with the UK formally leaving the EU Single Market and Customs Union on 31 December 2020. The UK anBrexit has taken place, with the UK formally leaving the EU Single Market and Customs Union on 31 December 2020. The UK and EU concluded the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement on 24 December 2020. Goods and services moving between the EU and the UK are now subject to different rules and different licensing and compliance regimes.
What does this mean for businesses based in (or doing business in) the US, EU or UK?
What does it mean for businesses in the rest of the world? What are the prospects for UK trade and regulatory deals with the US and other countries?
Please find a recording of our recent panel event, hosted by Charles Balmain, London-based Disputes partner and Greg Spak, Washington, DC-based partner specialising in International Trade. You'll hear from our European-based partners and experts in Trade, Competition/Regulatory, Data Protection and Financial Services: Iain MacVay, Genevra Forwood, Tim Hickman and Henning Berger.