Category: Brexit

Productwise 3-2-1

Tracey Bischofberger, Matt Howsare and Claire Temple

Productwise 3-2-1, our monthly bite-sized digest of the current key issues in products law.

See EU later (part 3) – the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement and its impact on products regulation

Claire Temple , Edward Turtle and Tracey Bischofberger

On 24 December 2020, the EU and the UK reached a deal on the terms of their future free trade and cooperation agreement. Here’s our summary of some of the key impacts on products regulation.

Productwise 3-2-1

Tracey Bischofberger, Matt Howsare and Claire Temple

Productwise 3-2-1, our monthly bite-sized digest of the current key issues in products law.

WEBCAST: The Final (Brexit) Countdown

Preparing your business for international trade and product safety & compliance legislation changes come January 1. The reality of the most significant shake-up of UK trade in living memory is fast approaching. Come January 1, 2021, businesses manufacturing, importing and distributing products in the UK will be subject to a […]

See EU later (part 2) – UK Government releases legislation formalising measures from recent Brexit guidance into law and implementing the Northern Ireland Protocol

Tracey Bischofberger, Rod Freeman and Claire Temple

The UK government has just tabled EU Exit legislation to introduce easements outlined in recent guidance on placing products on the market in Great Britain after the transition period ends and certain measures to implement the Northern Ireland Protocol. Further guidance is also on the way. Here’s our snap review…

Productwise 3-2-1

Tracey Bischofberger, Matt Howsare and Claire Temple

Productwise 3-2-1, our monthly bite-sized digest of the current key issues in products law.

Coming into view – UK maintains focus on driverless vehicles

Tracey Bischofberger and Claire Temple

The UK government has launched a call for evidence on the use of Automated Lane Keeping System (ALKS)

The right to be recognised, rebooted: Regulation (EU) 2019/515 on the mutual recognition of goods starts to apply

Claire Temple, Edward Turtle and Olivia Flasch

The EU’s new regulation on the mutual recognition of goods has started to apply. One part of the so-called “Goods Package”, it aims to improve the application of the mutual recognition principle for goods and remove unjustified barriers to trade within the EU.