As the UK and the EU tackle a broad spectrum of challenges following Brexit and the end of the transition period, DWF's experts are providing critical and timely advice and perspectives as well as hosting a range of webinars covering the key issues that affect your business. Find out more.
DWF recently hosted a webinar, attended by over 240 representatives from the public and private sectors, which focused on the key proposals of the Government's Green Paper on public procurement transformation ("Green Paper").
Public procurement experts from the DWF Public Sector team hosted an interactive discussion focusing on key aspects of the Green Paper and how post-Brexit changes to procurement law are likely to impact organisations in the private and public sector, watch the recording below.
As part of DWF's Brexit webinar series, our data protection and cyber security experts explored the impact that the UK's departure from the EU has on your use of personal data for doing business in the UK, the EU and the wider world.
In this webinar, our experts provided an overview of the issues to be considered in order to secure tariff-free trade between the EU and the UK, particularly in situations in which content from outside the EU and UK is involved. Watch the recording.
On 13 January 2021, the European Securities and Markets Authority (the "ESMA") issued a public statement to remind firms of Directive (EU) 2014/65 (the "MiFID II") rules on "reverse solicitation" in the context of the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union (the so-called "Brexit").
Following the Free Trade Agreement between the UK and EU, many remain unclear what it means to them. We look at the implications for firms involved in the provision of Financial Services and Insurance.
The UK's new Subsidy Control regime came into effect at 11pm 31 December 2020. Under the new independent regime public sector organisations will need to make assessments of how subsidies comply with the relevant rules.
After much fanfare the UK has agreed a new Trade and Cooperation Agreement ("TCA") with the EU which, subject to ratification, allows for zero tariff, zero quota trade between the two blocs with effect from 1 January 2021.