Is your business ready for Brexit?
Rina Sond, Partner at Longmores Solicitors, speaks about Brexit at the British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) annual forum.
The British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) held their annual forum in Leeds on 18th October 2018.BAMA is a trade association which represents the UK aerosol industry with their headquarters in Stevenage, Hertfordshire.
As part of a packed two-day agenda, Rina shared the latest advice from a legal perspective about Brexit and what it means for British businesses.Rina’s talk covered the risks and action points for businesses to consider regarding cross-border trade, employment and immigration, intellectual property rights, data protection, tax, corporate structures and EU funding.
Rina said: “I felt very privileged to speak to over 100 people at the BAMA Forum in Leeds. I spoke about Brexit from a legal perspective and the main issues that are likely to affect businesses in any sector, arising from a hard or no-deal Brexit.I also provided some practical tips on the steps that businesses can be taking at this stage in order to prepare for Brexit.”
If you would like a copy of the ‘Brexit Checklist’ or would like other advice about future-proofing your business, please get in touch with Rina Sond.
Please note the contents of this are given for information only and must not be relied upon. Legal advice should always be sought in relation to specific circumstances.