Brexit Highlights 1-15 January 2021

– The Ministry of Justice published new sets of guidance – UK lawyers practising in the EU, EEA-EFTA and Switzerland; Family law disputes involving the EU: guidance for legal professionals; EU, EEA-EFTA and Swiss lawyers in the UK; UK-EU cross-border disputes about parental responsibility; UK-EU cross-border divorces

– The Intellectual Property Office produced new guidance – Retaining protection in the UK for EU Intellectual Property rights

The House of Commons Library produced new research briefings – Brexit: the financial settlement – in detail; Brexit: the financial settlement – a summary; End of Brexit transition: mobile roaming; The UK’s contribution to the EU budget; Relevant Relationship Agreement Law: a guide for the perplexed; Brexit timeline: events leading to the UK’s exit from the European Union; The Erasmus Programme

– The Bar Council published a new document – EU-UK Future Relationship: FAQs for (young & would-be) barristers

– New articles were published on the EU Relations law blog – The UK’s new subsidy regime: a marsh of uncertainty; Jurisdiction and service out from 1 January 2021: (mostly) back to the usual common law rules;

– A new article was published on the Brick Court Chambers Brexit Law blog – The Withdrawal Agreement: The view from Brussels

– A new podcast was made available on the Law Pod UK (1 Crown Office Row) platform – Is our Brexit trade deal with the EU a “Canada minus”?

– A new post was published on the 6 KBW blog – The EAW is dead; long live the UK-EU Surrender Agreement

– New articles were published on the UCL Europe blog – The UK’s European Question is Far From Over; Looking Back at the EU Future Relationship Act

– A new article was published on the European Law blog – New year, new relationship—bespoke governance and tenuous ECHR conditionality in Part 3 of the EU-UK TCA; From Brexit to Eternity: The institutional landscape under the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement

– A new publication was posted on the Allen & Overy website – Brexit certainty at last? An overview of the new EU-UK trading relationship

– New insights were published on the Hogan Lovells Brexit hub, including the following – Beyond Brexit – what you need to know about the deal and IP; What you need to know about the deal and energy (including nuclear); Beyond Brexit – the effect of the Brexit Deal on data protection

– A new article was posted on the Squire Patton Bogg website – Brexit Transition of EU Trademarks and Designs Accomplished

– New articles were published on the Norton Rose Fulbright blog – The end of the Brexit implementation period – implications for pensions; The EU- UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement – implications for employment and immigration

– New articles were published on the Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer website – Ouch, it’s a hard Brexit for UK restructuring and insolvency – but life goes on; EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: financial services; TRIPS plus or EU minus? IP under the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement; Data protection under the EU-UK Trade Cooperation Agreement; EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement

– A new publication was published by the Publication Office of the EUEU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement

– New posts were published on the Brexit Institute blog, including the following – The Brexit Agreement and UK-EU Extradition; Brexit, EU Criminal Law and the Common Law Deficit; After Brexit: UK Citizens Living in Europe

– A new post was published on the LSE Brexit blog – Article 16 of the Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol offers no ‘quick fix’

– A new article was posted on the Centre on Constitutional Change blog – Not getting Brexit done – yet

– New articles were published on the EU Law Analysis Blog – Analysis 4 of the Brexit deal: Dispute settlement and the EU/UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement; Analysis 3 of the Brexit deal: Human Rights and EU/UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement

– New posts were published on the Cosmopolis blog – Safeguards and Rights of Appeal under the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement; The Poverty of Ambition: Mobility and Migration in the UK’s EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement

– A new article was published on the UK Constitutional Law Association blog   Departing from Retained EU Case law

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