The UK will exit the European Union 29 March 2019 whether or not a deal is in place. The lack of clarity presents challenges for businesses and those who advise them, but planning ahead for different scenarios is high on the to-do list for many.
Central Law Training is developing a programme of courses to help you navigate this uncharted territory. You can see our current courses below and click on the links to find out more. Please check again soon for new courses.
Data Protection and Brexit: Implications and Actions
Leeds: Monday 1 April pm
London: Friday 5 April pm, Thursday 17 October pm
Looks at the changes to data protection laws post-Brexit, from the ‘UK GDPR’ through to changes to the UK Data Protection Act 2018, with a particular focus on data transfers and the European Data Protection Board.
Insurance Law and Brexit: Implications and Actions
Leeds: Monday 1 April pm
Birmingham: Wednesday 3 April pm
London: Wednesday 5 April pm
Explores changes to the right to accept, place and service business, as well as contract wording, agents and handling of claims.
IP Rights and Brexit: Implications and actions
Birmingham: Thursday 14 March pm
Manchester: Monday 18 March pm
London: Thursday 21 March am, Tuesday 9 July pm
Workshop-based course addressing the effect of Brexit on each category of IP rights in the UK and actions IP holders should take before Brexit to safeguard their intellectual assets.
Pensions Law and Brexit: Implications and Actions
London: Tuesday 30 April
Explores the impact of Brexit on issues such as discrimination, TUPE, funding and member-protection, and overseas pension schemes.
Public Procurement and Brexit: Implications and Actions
London: Thursday 4 April pm, Wednesday 3 July pm and Thursday 17 October pm
Looks in detail at the implications for public procurement of the UK’s chosen approach to exit and at the actions public authorities and suppliers to the public sector need to take, as well as the procurement implications of future trade relationships with the EU.
Brexit and Cross-Border Litigation: Implications and Actions
Birmingham: Tuesday 21 May
London: Tuesday 4 June
Provides an overview of the issues facing cross-border litigation and the impact of Brexit on commercial litigation, with practical considerations and tips regarding the conduct of litigation with an international element.
International Family Law: How to weather the Brexit storm
London: Friday 15 March pm
Explores family law issues with an international element including child law, divorce and more in both the short and longer term.
Immigration: EU Citizens Living and Working in the UK after Brexit
London: Monday 8 April pm
Birmingham: Tuesday 9 April pm
Manchester: Tuesday 4 June pm
Provides practical tools to those representing EU Nationals and their family members, as well as an understanding of the interaction between the Regulations and Appendix EU (the ‘settled status scheme’) and highlights potential difficulties such as evidential or procedural problems and where individuals may be caught out.
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