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Inviato: 19 January 2018
Read our latest Brexit blog: The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs has published its view that a "hard Brexit" with no transitional period is a very serious and distinct possibility, presenting the worst case scenario for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU in March 2019.
Author: David Bridge
Inviato: 14 November 2017
This blog post highlights the key issues to watch out for as the change to the Bill makes its way to Parliament.
Author: Charles Bankes
Inviato: 13 November 2017
This blog post looks at the provisions of Article 50 and the withdrawal agreement.
Inviato: 09 November 2017
This blog post looks at the role of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) in the application process of UK clients hoping to set up an EU Hub in Ireland.
Inviato: 27 October 2017
This blog post looks at the new Dutch cabinet being formally appointed by the King on 27 October 2017. The coalition of political parties that will form the new Dutch government have published the Coalition Agreement 2017-2021 “Trust in the future” (Vertrouwen in de toekomst).
Inviato: 20 October 2017
This blog post looks at the Brexit training sessions from our recent Autumn Legal Update for Financial Institution and Asset Management and Investment Funds clients.
Author: David Pourtney
Inviato: 03 October 2017
Our latest blog post looks at the European Medicines Agency (EMA) searching for a new home. Following Brexit, the EMA will be forced to relocate from London to within the newly drawn border of the EU.
Inviato: 25 September 2017
Our Simmons & Simmons office in Italy hosts seminar on the Flat Tax and Brexit with Select Milano.
Inviato: 19 September 2017
We look at the ABHI’s Brexit Seminar which we hosted on “Politics, Policy, Business and Brexit - what next for MedTech?” where we discussed the key commercial and regulatory implications of Brexit for the MedTech sector.
Inviato: 14 July 2017
The publication of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill and the UK Government’s position paper on ongoing EU proceedings sheds some light on how the UK courts will approach interpreting EU legislation retained in the UK post-Brexit, but questions and difficulties remain.
Brexit microsite - a comprehensive analysis of the legal implications and the key issues for businesses.
23 Feb 2018
This blog post recaps on the existing late payment legislation and considers the new regulations coming into force this February.
08 Feb 2018
This blog post looks at the case of Euro Pools v Royal Sun Alliance. Tricky questions can arise around the scope of an insured’s notification of “circumstances” under claims-made policies, particularly in the context of an ongoing investigation and evolving facts.
02 Feb 2018
This blog post considers the situation where evidence is sought from a potential witness who owes a duty of confidentiality to another.
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