Is your business ready for the end of the Brexit transition period?
At 11.00pm on 31 December 2020, the post-Brexit transition period between the EU and the UK will end. As a business owner, you need to be aware of key legislation and changes in rules that will affect your business from 1 January 2021.
It remains unclear whether there will be a post-Brexit trade deal, but what is certain is that businesses will need to prepare for all eventualities.
Our member firm MacRoberts published a guide an d further articles on this interesting matter:
Less than palatable! Concerns around non-regulated pallets following a no-deal Brexit
A no-deal Brexit scenario could have a significant impact upon supply chains between the UK and the EU for a variety of reasons, not least due to a simple regulation, named ISPM15, designed to standardise the safety of the wooden pallets that companies use to move goods.
Data Protection: What can we expect from 1 January 2021?
With the UK’s exit from the EU edging closer, businesses must look to futureproof their operations. Here, we answer some of the most frequently asked questions (so far) relating to data protection post-Brexit.