On the 9 January 2020, the UK Parliament voted- by a majority of
99 - in favour of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Withdrawal
Agreement Bill, effectively paving the way for the United Kingdom
to leave the European Union on the 31 January 2020.
Almost four years on from the 2016 referendum, the United Kingdom now has a clearer picture as to what its future relationship with the EU might look like. This briefing is designed to provide legal counsel, senior management and other stakeholders with an insight into what happens next, including the potential impact that the withdrawal agreement and subsequent arrangements may have on data privacy, intellectual property rights and technology related matters in the United Kingdom. We will also provide practical guidance on how organisations can prepare for the developments that may arise as a result of Brexit, over the coming year and beyond.
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