Welcome to Mayer Brown’s Brexit Snapshot podcast series. This series provides insight on the latest legal issues related to the United Kingdom’s new post-Brexit relationship with the European Union, and keeps you up to date on changes to the legislative framework.
Public procurement post-Brexit and beyond
In this episode, James Harrison and Warsha Kale speak to Rebecca Timms about the impact of the end of the Brexit transition period on UK public procurement, as well as the UK Government’s proposals for the future regime.
The impact on IP and Data
In this episode, Oliver Yaros and Valerie Vanryckeghem provide an update on the impact of the end of the Brexit Transition Period on intellectual property and the processing and transferring of personal data across Europe.
Ten insights into the new Trade and Cooperation Agreement
In this episode, Rebecca Timms provides ten insights into what the Trade and Cooperation Agreement means, as well as what it doesn't mean, for the future trading relationship between the UK and the EU. She considers some of the immediate implications for businesses, as well as looking ahead to how the agreement might develop over time.
Retained EU law and beyond
The end of the Brexit transition period does not signal the end of EU law in the UK. From January 1, 2021, a brand new category of law in the UK has been established – ‘Retained EU Law’; but what does this new category comprise and where does it fit within the broader UK legal landscape? In Episode one, Rebecca Timms and James Harrison discuss what role ‘Retained EU Law’ now plays in the UK and how it might evolve over time. They also look at some of the practical implications of this new category of domestic law for businesses.