Following the end of the UK-EU transition period and the finalisation of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) new rules apply to those travelling and doing business in the European Union.
To help travellers and businesses, the UK government has created a Brexit checker tool which provides tailored guidance to the specific issues faced by individual businesses and people. The government’s guidance notes set out the impact of the UK’s withdrawal and provide information as to changes in legislation, trading or travel.
For those working in the legal sector and advising clients, changes have occurred to both the legislation and practical arrangements for providing legal advice within the UK and EU.
- Cross-border Civil and Commercial Cases
- Data Protection– The ICO and Department of Culture, Media and Sport have produced the following guides on data flows
- Family Law
- Immigration Law
- Intellectual Property
- Legal Services
- Travelling to the EU (including business travel)
- Providing services to EU countries
- Northern Ireland protocol (where relevant, for example with regard to the VAT regime for services)
UK Devolved Government Guidance
The devolved governments within the UK have also published additional guidance documents on the UK-EU relationship. If you are located within a devolved nation, be sure to check the information relevant to your area.