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October 14 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 PM

Virtual Event: We need to talk about Brexit

Yes, we’re afraid we do need to talk about Brexit.

Irrespective of the political landscape and timeframes on certain big decisions, there are actions you need to take for your business, now. Get ready for 1 January 2021.

Join us for updates on:

  • Brexit recruitment – what are the key issues for anyone hiring from abroad?
  • How might immigration rules be affected?
  • What are the main commercial issues for business?
  • How will Brexit affect data protection?
  • How might health and safety regulations change?
  • How can you maximise the opportunities for international trade?

We will provide:

  • A current update on Brexit and the transition
  • Practical steps you should be taking now 
  • Answers to your questions.

Hear from:

Ask your questions before the event or live on the day.

When the transition period comes to an end on 1 January 2021, you and your business need to be ready.

We use Zoom to host our webinars. When you click ‘Book Now’ you will be taken to the Zoom registration page. This will enable you to save the URL for the webinar so you can view it on the day. If you haven’t previously registered with Zoom, please do so before the event.

We will mute and disable the video of all attendees, so will ask you to use the ‘Q&A’ function to ask questions.

The details

Date: October 14th 2020
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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The venue

Online, Zoom details will be emailed to you after booking.

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Key contacts

Robert Capper

Partner, Head of Commercial Team

M: +44 7909 970 323

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Michael Stokes

Partner, Head of Employment and Immigration Team

M: +44 7807 747 455

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Kamal Chauhan

Partner

M: 07703 824 202

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Nicolas Groffman

Partner, Head of International Team

M: +44 7816 592 934

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