The United Kingdom is now in a new relationship with the European Union. After many months of negotiations, an agreement on the future partnership was eventually reached in the final days of 2020. For the most part, EU law no longer has direct effect in the UK, but much EU law has been integrated into our domestic legal system.
But what does this mean in practice for charities and social enterprises?
Bates Wells has written a briefing outlining how UK law is affected by Brexit, and what the UK’s new relationship with Europe is likely to mean for your organisation in these areas:
- Data protection
- State aid/ Subsidy control
- Funding for social impact
- Trade Marks
- Cross border disputes
This information is necessarily of a general nature and doesn’t constitute legal advice. This is not a substitute for formal legal advice, given in the context of full information under an engagement with Bates Wells.
All content on this page is correct as of July 2, 2021.