The United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union on 29 March 2019 will have significant economic consequences for both EU Member States and the United Kingdom. Whilst a transition period is planned from this date until 31 December 2020, negotiations on the terms and shape of future relations between the EU and the UK are still ongoing. The current landscape, following the resignation of the former Brexit Secretary from the UK government, has thrown the negotiations into further turmoil with the prospect of a ‘no deal’ Brexit becoming ever more real.
If your company has economic relations with the UK, you should prepare for Britain‘s withdrawal at an early stage – no matter what exit scenario we may eventually face.
In cooperation with our international network ICLA (the International Commercial Law Alliance), a strategic grouping of law firms in Europe and beyond, we have compiled a seminar that focuses on the legal and tax implications of Brexit for German companies. Matthew Poli, lawyer at ICLA member firm iLaw in London, will give an overview on the legal implications ranging from questions of establishment to employment and give practical insights based on selected case studies.
Mike Scoltock, international tax expert from the leading UK consultancy Kingston Smith, will round up on the tax implications for companies operating in the UK or trading with UK companies.
|Datum - Ende||18.09.2018 19:30|
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