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News / Your future in the UK post-Brexit and post-Covid 19: what you need to know

08-04-2021 / Real Estate

Over the last twelve months, the United Kingdom (UK) like the rest of the world, has seen the COVID -19 pandemic impact hugely on our ability to travel freely, to relocate for business, work, investment and education. We now see some light at the end of the tunnel with the UK’s mass immunisation programme which has seen infection (and thankfully) mortality levels fall dramatically. This is finally giving people hope for the future, resulting in renewed interest in the UK as a safe place to live, to invest in, and as somewhere to educate their children.

Your future in the UK post-Brexit and post-Covid 19: what you need to know

Insights / Data protection: European Commission kicks off UK adequacy process

12-03-2021 / Corporate & Commercial

The European Commission (“Commission”) recently published its draft EU GDPR¹ adequacy decision (the “Draft Decision”)², for data flows between the European Union (“EU”) and United Kingdom (“UK”) bringing the UK closer to a positive decision on the continued free flow of personal data from the EU into the UK.

Data protection: European Commission kicks off UK adequacy process

Insights / Brexit: Jurisdiction clauses and the enforcement of judgments... where are we now?

27-01-2021 / Energy & Infrastructure

The Brexit transition period came to an end on 31 December 2020, shortly before which the UK and the EU were finally able to agree on a trade deal.

Brexit: Jurisdiction clauses and the enforcement of judgments... where are we now?

Insights / Data Protection - Do we need to appoint a GDPR article 27 representative in the EU?

25-01-2021 / Corporate & Commercial

An EU representative is a natural or legal person appointed to represent controllers or processors not established in the EU (EU Representative). To be established in the EU means you have a branch, representative office or other unincorporated presence there.

Data Protection - Do we need to appoint a GDPR article 27 representative in the EU?

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Insights / The Trade and Cooperation Agreement – What does this mean for Data Protection?

12-01-2021 / Corporate & Commercial

At 11pm on 31 December 2020, the Brexit transition period came to an end. A few days prior to this, on 24 December 2020, the UK Government and the EU Commission announced that a deal had been agreed on the future of the EU-UK relationship and that the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) had been finalised.

The Trade and Cooperation Agreement – What does this mean for Data Protection?

News / EU and UK trade mark and registered design renewals

14-12-2020 / Dispute Resolution, IP & IT

Important notice for all EU trade mark and registered design rights owners: If you have EU trade mark or design registrations that are due for renewal between 1 January and 30 June 2021, important new changes will affect the renewal of your mirrored UK registration(s).

EU and UK trade mark and registered design renewals

News / EU and UK address for service for trade mark and registered design owners

14-12-2020 / Dispute Resolution, IP & IT

With all existing EU and UK trade mark and design registrations, it is possible to register an address for service, which will then act as your trade mark representative.

EU and UK address for service for trade mark and registered design owners

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