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New approach to goods regulation: Monday October 21, 12.30-2.30pm

This webinar covers the new approach to regulating manufactured goods in the event of a no deal Brexit. Topics will include CE and UKCA marking, notified bodies, conformity assessment, importer duties and declarations of conformity. Participants will be able to ask questions to the officials presenting the webinar.  Click here to register.

 

Preparing for a no-deal Brexit

Luke DonockleyLuke Donockley, of law firm Muckle, discusses what a no-deal Brexit would mean for businesses and guides you through preparing in seven straightforward steps.

The session includes focused and practical advice on your contracts and guidance on how you can reduce Brexit-related risk through your contracts with customers and suppliers.

Webinar

Slides

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Podcast

Luke explores why businesses should prepare for no deal and outlines a process to put in place. He also touches on the impact Brexit might have on commercial contracts.

 

Data, IP and tech

Alex CraigMore than 40 years since the UK joined what is now the EU, trying to understand the laws that may change on a no-deal departure and what that means for your business is challenging.

Alex Craig, head of commercial at law firm Muckle, explains the impact on data flow and intellectual property rights including copyright, designs, trade marks and patents.

 

Webinar

Supporting video on the exhaustion of IP rights

Slides

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Podcast

Understand what Brexit will mean for data handling, intellectual property rights and .eu domain names. Alex outlines the changes and the likely impacts for UK businesses.

 

International trade after Brexit

Mark Rowbotham

Mark Rowbotham is a consultant in international trade.

He  explores what a no-deal Brexit would mean for exporters and importers, crucially complete withdrawal from the Single Market and the imposition of full import and export controls for goods moving to and from the EU in a manner similar to the UK’s trade with non-EU countries now.

This presentation highlights these changes and provides the information you need to make sure you’re prepared and are implementing measures to ensure that trade with the EU continues to run smoothly.

Webinar

Slides

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Podcast: International trade after Brexit

Mark explores what a no-deal Brexit would mean for exporters and importers.

 

Brexit and your workforce

Lee PettsPeople are key to every business so this webinar covers your current and future workforce – whether you employ migrant workers, your staff travel to the EU for servicing of contracts or other business purposes or you’re concerned about workforce retention.

Lee Petts of Seekly Recruitment takes you through the measures you need to take around employee EU registration, employee compliance, planning, future-proofing and HR workforce support.

Webinar

Slides

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Podcast

In this podcast, Lee sets out what employers need to do to ensure they can retain and recruit the people they need beyond Brexit.

 

Podcast: What Brexit means for your business

Simon Hart and Richard Arnott from the accountancy and consulting services specialist RSM explore last-minute Brexit preparations for businesses and the likely impact of Brexit on Cumbria and the wider economy. Simon is RSM’s national lead Brexit partner, who spends his days analysing Brexit risks and advising clients how to manage them, while Richard is a consulting director based in Cumbria.

 

Podcast: Preparing for Brexit

Luke Donockley, a solicitor and Brexit expert with law firm Muckle LLP, explores the practical measures that businesses can do to prepare for Brexit. He covers how to go about a Brexit risk assessment, imports and exports, tariffs, obstacles for hauliers, excise duty and VAT, business travel in the EU, trademarks, IP and data protection.

 

Podcast: Where does the economy go from here?

Suren Thiru, Head of Economics and Trade Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce, ponders the outlook for the UK economy in the run up to the Brexit deadline on October 31st and beyond.

 

Webinar: Trade and Brexit

HM Revenue and Customs’ hour-long webinar covers the key areas UK businesses must be aware of to keep trading goods when the UK leaves the EU. It covers EORI numbers, preparing to make customs declarations, transitional simplified procedures, entry summary declarations (also known as safety and security declarations), and paying customs duty, VAT and excise.

 

Webinar: Transitional simplified procedures

Watch a 30-minute webinar that gives information on how to register, import declarations, import value of goods, the duties payable.

Video: Exporting using the Common Transit Convention

Watch this video to find out how to use transit and how it could benefit your business after Brexit. It gives information on who can use transit, how to prepare your business to use transit, authorised consignor information and using an individual guarantee.