Hogan Lovells Brexit
Brexit – will “no vote” mean “no deal”?

Brexit – will “no vote” mean “no deal”?

December 13, 2018

This episode was first recorded as a webinar on 12 December 2018.

The House of Commons' "meaningful vote" on the Brexit deal has been delayed, Theresa May returned to Brussels to seek further assurance on the Northern Ireland Backstop and is now facing a confidence vote from her party.

This makes the Brexit situation more uncertain than ever. This podcast unpicks the latest developments and explains what could happen next.

The only thing we know for certain is that, unless something changes, there will be a "no deal" Brexit on 29 March 2019. A potentially very challenging outcome for businesses.

We explore what needs to happen to avoid that, the process for Theresa May's deal to be secured and, alternatively, the rocky paths to a possible “no Brexit” or a new deal.

Listen in to hear more on the various possibilities and the legal mechanisms to execute them, to help you weigh up what it could mean for your business.

Brexit – What would life be like in the backstop?

Brexit – What would life be like in the backstop?

December 12, 2018

This episode was first recorded as part of a webinar on 12 December 2018.

Hogan Lovells Trade Partner, Aline Doussin, gets you up to speed on the Northern Ireland backstop within the Brexit deal, what it means and the practicalities of how it could work. This short podcast should help you and your business get to grips with a subject causing some uncertainty in the market.

 

Practical data issues for business whether a Brexit deal or “no deal”

Practical data issues for business whether a Brexit deal or “no deal”

December 12, 2018

This episode was first recorded as part of a webinar on 12 December 2018.

Hogan Lovells Data Privacy Partner highlights some of the main data issues to consider whether we are faced with a Brexit deal or a "no deal" scenario. In just 5 minutes he takes you through the top line issues to be considering in relation to international data transfers and the role of the UK Information Commissioner.