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Brexit and digital health

10 October 2017

As the UK negotiates its new relationship with the European Union, the provision of crossborder healthcare as well as the development and regulation of medical technology pose important questions. Hein van den Bos, Counsel at Hogan Lovells, provides commentary on the objectives of the Brexit negotiations for the UK and the EU, and considers how and why both sides will look to continue collaborating to develop digital health without border restrictions.

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Industries: Life Sciences and Healthcare

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Videos: Brexit – The Voices of European Business

6 October 2017

A compilation of videos of the corporate panel - speakers share highlights from the launch of COBCOE's Brexit - The voices of European Business Report.

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A New Basis for Access to UK/EU Financial Services Post-Brexit

26 September 2017

A group representing the UK’s financial and professional services sector, the International Regulatory Strategy Group (IRSG), has today published a Brexit blueprint, in collaboration with Hogan Lovells, for how the UK can continue trading with the EU after leaving the bloc.

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Industries: Financial Institutions, FinTech
Services: Financial Services

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Brexit - the Voices of European Business

14 September 2017

In the common interest: business perspectives on priorities for a Brexit that secures prosperity for Europe

The Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe (COBCOE) has published a report, which gives voice to business operating in Continental Europe. The report, Brexit – the Voices of European Business, identifies key areas of common interest and also sets out priorities for a Brexit that secures prosperity for Europe.

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Jurisdictions: Spain, The Netherlands, Belgium, Hungary, Germany, Frankfurt, Hamburg, United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Madrid, Italy, Russia, Munich, France, Rome, Poland, Croatia

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The UK's domestic agenda - readying UK law for Brexit

11 July 2017

Infographic depicting the UK's current domestic legal framework and what will need to change post-Brexit. Leaving the EU will require the most comprehensive re-writing of the UK's statute book ever undertaken by the UK. Parliament must unpick over 40 years of integration between the UK and EU legal systems and ensure that no gaps are left in the process.

The Government’s proposed solution, the Repeal Bill, will need to re­flect the outcome of the EU/UK negotiations and ensure legal certainty for UK citizens and businesses.

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