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BLOG: And what about Brexit? During a debate on the Spring Finance Bill, Gareth Davies, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, emphasised the UK government’s intention to take “full advantage of the opportunities arising from the UK’s exit from the European Union&rdqu... The Dispute Resolution Review - 13th edition - Brexit chapter The Thirteenth Edition of the Dispute Resolution Review provides an indispensable overview of the civil court systems of 28 jurisdictions and offers a guide to those who are faced with disputes that cross international boundaries. This edition discusses t... Extra-territoriality in a post-Brexit world As UK and EU businesses grapple with the complexities of the post-Brexit world, one of the first key questions for businesses from a data privacy perspective is whether their processing is subject to the UK or EU regime (or both). This briefing consi... Brexit has happened – so what’s next for securitisations? The Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the UK and the EU that has applied since then does not deal with the regulatory detail of cross-border financing transactions. Accordingly, in the context of securitisations, the EU Securitisation Regulation con... Brexit has happened - so what next for Debt Capital Markets? One month ago, at 11:00 pm on New Year’s Eve, the Brexit implementation period ended and the UK left the EU single market. The Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the UK and the EU that has applied since then does not deal with the regulatory de... A reprieve for EU-UK data flows but other data privacy implications of Brexit remain Many businesses will have breathed a sigh of relief following the announcement of interim arrangements for data flows in the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement of 24 December. The continued free flow of personal data from the EU to the UK for a tempora... Beyond Brexit: Competition law and subsidy control in EU-UK Agreement In this briefing, we discuss the implications of the competition law and subsidy control commitments in the new EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement. ... BLOG: Carbon Pricing: making polluters pay post-Brexit In many countries carbon pricing has become a key part of the journey to decarbonisation. Currently, the World Bank reports that there are 64 carbon pricing initiatives around the world which have either been implemented or are scheduled for imp... Brexit and IP - Refresher A selection of our blogs from 2020 on intellectual property and Brexit from our experts and thought leaders here at Slaughter and May. ... Podcast: Beyond adequacy – Brexit’s wider data privacy implications This podcast looks at the Brexit-related data privacy issues which businesses need to address before the end of the transition period. As well as considering the importance of adequacy of transfers of personal data from the EEA to the UK, this podcast con...