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Brexit

The United Kingdom will leave the EU on 31.1.2020. With Boris Johnson's clear election victory in December 2019, the political obstacles in the United Kingdom have been removed. Only the ratification of the withdrawal agreement by both sides is still pending.

This means that the period of uncer­tainty as to whe­ther and how the Bre­xit deman­ded by the Bri­tish will be imp­le­men­ted will end on 31.1.2020, at least offi­cially. But even if the exit agree­ment nego­tia­ted in October 2019 has already recei­ved the necessary majo­ri­ties in the UK and will in all pro­ba­bi­lity also receive them in the EU, nume­rous ques­ti­ons will pro­bably still arise in eve­r­y­day eco­no­mic life as to which requi­re­ments must now be obser­ved. This means that com­pa­nies in Ger­many with busi­ness con­tacts in the UK will have to con­ti­nue to deal inten­si­vely with new requi­re­ments and adapt their ope­ra­tio­nal pro­ces­ses accor­din­gly.

With our mul­ti­di­s­ci­p­li­nary con­sul­ting we are happy to sup­port you and always keep an eye on the overall con­text and inter­ac­ti­ons.

Our ser­vices at a glance

  • Exa­mi­na­tion of the tax imp­li­ca­ti­ons of the Bre­xit for both domestic com­pa­nies and UK busi­nes­ses
  • Advice on the tax opti­miza­tion of exis­ting cor­po­rate struc­tu­res
  • VAT and customs checks and adjust­ments of deli­ve­r­ies of goods and ser­vices bet­ween Ger­many and the Uni­ted King­dom
  • Mul­ti­di­s­ci­p­li­nary advice on the pos­ting of wor­kers
  • Advice on com­mer­cial law with regard to the effects of the Bre­xit
  • Data pro­tec­tion law
  • Intel­lec­tual pro­perty rights
  • Com­pe­ti­tion Law
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