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Legal update

24 June 2016 Brexit and its impact on FinTechs

The UK voted to leave the EU on the 23 June 2016. The implications for FinTech firms will be significant. Browne Jacobson's Catriona Lothian, regulatory expert and ex-FCA lawyer, shares her insights on the key areas of potential change, including authorisations and passports at April's NewFinance open mic night.

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Published articles

30 November 2018 No deal Brexit and the UK oil and gas industry

Energy analysis: Selina Hinchliffe, partner, and Andrew Douglas, member of the energy sector team, from Browne Jacobson, consider the potential implications of a ‘no deal’ Brexit in relation to the oil and gas industry. The government has recently published guidance on this topic.

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Published articles

18 March 2019 Deal or no deal - the impact of Brexit for the gas industry

In the wake of the Brexit withdrawal deal being unequivocally rejected by Members of Parliament on 15 January 2019, there is significant uncertainty for not only the gas sector but for the economy in general.

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Legal update

31 October 2018 A no-deal Brexit scenario: what is the effect on trading electricity?

This update provides the key points put forward by the government for those in the electricity sector when preparing for a no-deal Brexit; providing helpful guidance for those within the sector to prepare for a no-deal scenario and the potential issues that may arise.

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Legal update

31 October 2018 A no-deal Brexit scenario: what is the effect on trading gas?

Our update aims to provide those in the gas market with the current position of the gas sector, a summary of the technical notes and highlights as to what those in the sector can do to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.

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Published articles

16 September 2016 A cross-EU survey of the geographical factors in the assessment of 'genuine use' of an EU trade mark

Trade mark lawyers frequently advise trade mark owners to 'use it or lose it'. For EU trade marks ('EU TMs'), the relevant provisions are Articles 15(1) and 51(1) of the EU Trade Mark Regulation (No 207/2009, as amended).

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Guide

Brexit overview: your commercial contracts and Brexit

Although there is significant uncertainty over how Brexit will affect organisations trading across the EEA, we can help you put together an appropriate action plan.

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Guide

Brexit overview: your corporate structure and Brexit

We can help you navigate uncertainty, mitigate any legal risks and even find ways for your organisation to capitalise through a more efficient corporate structure.

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Guide

Brexit overview: your people and Brexit

Despite the uncertainty, however, we can help you take some sensible steps now to prepare your workforce for the implications of Brexit.

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Guide

Brexit overview: your use of data and Brexit

Despite the lack of clarity around Brexit, there are key data issues that can be addressed now. We can help you with the steps you need to take to mitigate the risks.

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