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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