Among EU and EFTA states and within the EU institutions, changes to national and EU laws are being proposed and implemented in the face of a possible no-deal Brexit. Businesses with operations across the EU will need to be aware of those changes which may impact on their in-country or cross-border operations. In some sectors, businesses have been proactive in transforming their operating models to adapt to a new set of rules and regulations in a post-Brexit world. Other sectors may just be starting that process. This briefing has been created to support those businesses seeking to understand what specific changes to the law are currently being considered in light of Brexit at a national level. Working with our network of European offices and partners we have gathered insights from the EU institutions as well as from Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain, Switzerland and The Netherlands.
Key areas examined:
The European Union Institutions
Sector-specific guidelines from the European Union Institutions: Financial services, Life Sciences, Energy
Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain, Switzerland and The Netherlands