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August 4, 2020 in News

Brexit update: Financial services, EU-US privacy shield & UK Trade and Agriculture Commission

Brexit and the Financial Services Sector Concern about how the UK Financial sector will shape up after the expiry of the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement transition period on 31st December 2020…

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July 29, 2020 in News

Brexit will see increasing demand for the services of a notary

As part of a series of articles, Excello’s lawyers are addressing various issues our clients need to be aware of when preparing for the Brexit transition period, especially when the…

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July 29, 2020 in News

Brexit update: EFTA states, Border Operating Manual and 5th round of negotiations

Here is a selection of the latest Brexit-related items: The UK and Negotiations with the EEA EFTA States The UK Government published a policy paper on 20th July 2020 regarding…

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July 20, 2020 in News

Former GB cyclist loses employment tribunal appeal against British Cycling

Former Great Britain cyclist Jess Varnish has lost her employment tribunal appeal against British Cycling. Ms. Varnish has spent years in a legal battle over her claim she should be…

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July 20, 2020 in News

Brexit update: EU domain names, civil jurisdictions and e-commerce

Here is a selection of the latest articles on Brexit-related developments:- Brexit and .eu Domain Names On 3rd July 2020, the UK Government published on its website an update of…

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July 7, 2020 in News

Brexit update: The level playing field, EU case law & company law

The latest round-up of Brexit news: Brexit and Fisheries Reports in the UK press for 28th June 2020 suggest that the EU may be willing to compromise on its demand…

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June 30, 2020 in News

Brexit update: Governance, financial services & IP rights

Here is a selection of articles on Brexit-related developments:- Brexit and Governance One of the main sticking points in discussions between the UK and the EU for a new post-Brexit…

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June 22, 2020 in News

Brexit update: Agriculture, the ‘oomph’ factor & state aid

Brexit and Agriculture There are developments afoot in the world of UK farming and agriculture as the transition period, set up under the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement, moves towards its close,…

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June 22, 2020 in News

Bournemouth commercial property lawyer Nigel Turner joins Excello Law

Nigel Turner, a commercial property lawyer based in Bournemouth, has joined new-model national firm Excello Law. Nigel is a residential development and affordable housing specialist advising SME housebuilders and private…

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June 17, 2020 in News

Brexit update: Chickens & fishes, ETS and border checks

Chickens and Fishes In parallel with the current UK-EU negotiations for a new post-Brexit free trade agreement, there are negotiations between the UK and the EU on a new fisheries…

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June 10, 2020 in News

Brexit update: Fisheries, food vulnerability & 4th round negotiations

Fisheries and Blockades Whilst there are hopes that the UK and the EU will reach an agreement on fishing rights, which would apply following the end of the transition period,…

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June 9, 2020 in News

Covid-19: To school or not to school?

The government has announced a phased reopening of schools, with some year groups returning earlier this month.  Attendance is not compulsory but is up to the parents to decide whether…

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