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