The United Kingdom will soon leave the European Union for good. The Withdrawal Agreement (which regulates the rights and obligations during the so called “transition period”) is coming to an end on 31 December 2020 . No European Union Member State has ever left the EU so the process of withdrawal is untested. Effecting a successful Brexit will involve disentangling the UK from complex politico-legal, financial and other relationships and obligations.
This bookmark collects the likely implications for businesses operating in, and trading between the United Kingdom and Poland, including:
- the timetable for Brexit
- legal implications
- dispute resolution
- direction of future regulation
- impact for workforces
- practical advice on steps to protect and strengthen your business
We will keep you updated regularly on the strategic, commercial, regulatory and employment legal implications, providing insight and information as new developments unfold on all aspects of the future relationship between the United Kingdom and Poland.