Brexit: Are you ready?

The end of the Transition Period on 31 December 2020 will herald a number of tax and trading changes as result of the UK’s exit from the EU Single Market and Customs Union. While businesses are taking steps to prepare, many are unsure where to begin managing their Brexit risk.

Join MHA Carpenter Box and DMH Stallard as they discuss the key tax and contract considerations of which you should be aware, seek to answer the questions businesses are asking and provide practical steps you can take to prepare for the changes ahead.

Topics include:

  • What will the changes to the UK VAT system mean for your business?
  • How will the end of the Transition Period affect trading arrangements with the EU?
  • Will your contracts be legally “frustrated” by Brexit?
  • What changes might you seek to your contracts to make trading more level?
  • Will data laws change in 2021?

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John Yates


Legal expert who helps clients protect their IP and navigate the complex legal landscape relating to technology, business, and Data Protection.

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