Publications

Hogan Lovells Publications

Brexit FAQs: Entering the transition period - 31 January 2020

On 31 January 2020, the UK will formally leave the European Union, after over 40 years of membership. The UK’s relationship with the EU will no longer be governed by the EU Treaties,...

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EU customs and import compliance

Conducting trade across international boundaries has become increasingly complex and challenging for businesses. Efficiently managing diverse regulatory and customs-related...

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What dealmakers need to know about the UK election result and its impact on UK investing in 2020

After nearly a decade marked by political stalemate, the Conservative party now has a clear majority and authority to pursue its chosen Brexit strategy and manifesto commitments for the UK...

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General Election result. A Conservative majority: Getting Brexit done starts now, but we are not done with political uncertainty

The Conservative Party has won a convincing majority of seats in the House of Commons, and it will follow that Boris Johnson will be asked later today by The Queen to form a new government.

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Next Steps for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill

The first priority for the new Government, following the General Election on 12 December, is going to be Brexit. Whether to "get it done" for the Conservatives, "get it sorted" by...

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EU/UK trade and customs relationship in the new N. Ireland protocol

The EU-UK agreement reached on 17 October 2019 ("Agreement") revises the Irish backstop with a new Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland ("NI Protocol").

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Broader than Brexit podcast series

Businesses around the world are assessing the potential impact of socio-economic and political uncertainty. This climate will influence their operations and the commercial and investment...

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No-deal Brexit: transitional regime for third-country benchmarks extended
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In a recent statutory instrument which makes some amendments to onshoring legislation, the UK Parliament has extended the transitional regime for third country benchmarks from 31 December...

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Europe's share trading spat with Switzerland is a warning shot Britain should take seriously
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As a result of political fallout, investment firms in the EU and Switzerland cannot access key share trading venues on a cross-border basis. The dispute is a stark reminder of what could...

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