With the UK/EU transition period completed and a Brexit deal clinched, the focus should now be on how your business can adapt, innovate and take the opportunity to strengthen relationships.
We’ve set up webinars to help you assess and where necessary, reset how you do business with Europe in the post-Brexit era.
In case you missed it…
Consumers after Brexit: consumers and e-commerce law
During this webinar, we discussed the practical aspects of how businesses must now interact with consumers. We also looked at key topics, including the country of origin principle, online dispute resolution, co-operation between national enforcement authorities and choice of law.
Brexit over breakfast: your positive next steps
Our Brexit over breakfast webinar provided a summary of the key changes which tech businesses should be aware of and outline what actions you should be taking. We built on our Brexit checklist and offered guidance, based on the latest developments and experiences.
- Host: Ashley Williams, Taylor Vinters (Technology and Data Protection)
- Speaker: John Grayston, Grayston & Company (Customs & Trade, Export Control and Sanctions)
- Speaker: Jo Eales, Taylor Vinters (Intellectual Property)
- Speaker: James Murray, Taylor Vinters (Employment)
IP after Brexit: how the landscape has changed
During our post-Brexit IP webinar we examined the impact on EU trade marks and registered designs, database rights and .eu domain names. We also looked at exhaustion of rights, and explained how patents and copyright aren’t really affected. Finally, we considered IP contracts – especially the effects on distribution agreements and licences.