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The UK left the EU at 11pm (UK time) on 31 January 2020, and the transition period came to an end on 31 December 2020. The Trade and Cooperation Agreement reached on Christmas Eve 2020 sets out the shape of the ongoing future relationship between the UK and the EU and provides some degree of certainty for UK businesses.

You can find our latest insight into the some of the impacts and actions to take in relation to the UK’s department from the EU below. We are regularly reviewing the situation and will update this page to reflect the latest information and changes you need to be aware of.

Whether by leveraging our existing experience, or through in-depth training, our multidisciplinary team will be able to work with you to protect and enhance your most important assets beyond Brexit.

We also have a useful international Brexit guide for employers which has been produced by our Ius Laboris Brexit taskforce. The guide explores what Brexit means for UK and EU employers in terms of employment, business travel, residence, frontier workers and work status. The international Brexit hub also includes insights and updates on the latest Brexit developments from around the globe.

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