Brexit and legal consequences on your business: Our team is here to help you!
The exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union on January 1, 2021, has legal consequences. From now on, our neighbours overseas are no longer subject to the directives and regulations applicable in the EU.
You may think you are not impacted because you do not have an establishment in the UK or because you do not export to the UK.
However, your activity can be directly or indirectly linked to the UK territory: your computer servers are located there, your subcontractors host your data in a cloud located there, you have a community trademark, which has protected you until now also in the United Kingdom …
In this way, any link between your business and the UK territory, even the most tenuous, may be impacted.
Useful information for your business
On our website, you will find news on the legal consequences of Brexit. We will regularly write new ones.
- Le transfert de données au Royaume-Uni post Brexit – dernier délai !
- Gegevensdoorgifte post Brexit: doorgifte naar een normconform eiland?
- Brexit: Should UK-businesses appoint a GDPR-representative in the EU?
- Brexit : vos droits de propriété intellectuelle deviennent inapplicables !
To comply with the new regulations applicable as a result of Brexit, your company may have to take certain administrative steps, particularly with regard to its intellectual property rights. Caution also recommends that companies implement data transfer mechanisms.
Our team is at your disposal to assist you in these steps, to ensure the best possible transition.
Lexing-Belgium can also call upon its English desk to help you.