Note From GOV.UK To The Author – New Guidance On #Brexit February 2020


Note From GOV.UK To The Author – New Guidance On #Brexit February 2020

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How to get ready for new rules in 2021: Your results

Your business or organisation

Check if your employees need a visa or work permit and meet any requirements for their profession to work in the country they’re going to

You or your employees may not be able to enter or work in some countries.

Check if you need to change how you do accounting and reporting

You risk breaching reporting requirements in the EU, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein if you do not make any changes you need to.

Check if you need to change your contracts to broadcast licenced content outside the UK

You risk not being able to broadcast outside the UK if you do not get extra copyright permissions.

Check if you need the permission of the intellectual copyright holder to continue to parallel export IP-protected goods from the UK to the EU, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein

You risk not being able to continue to parallel export IP-protected products from the UK to these locations if you do not have permission.

Check the rules you need to follow if you’re a broadcaster or provider of video on demand services in the UK or the EU

You risk not being able to broadcast or provide video on demand services if you do not get your business ready.

Get permission to take creative, cultural and sports goods into and out of the EU for business.

You risk not being able to take goods such as musical instruments, stage designs, make-up and film production equipment into or out of the EU.

Appoint a representative in the EU if you run a large UK-based online business providing digital services in the EU

You risk being fined if you do not have a representative to help you meet online security standards.

Check which carbon pricing policies you need to comply with

You risk not complying correctly with emissions reporting and carbon pricing regulations, which could lead to a fine.

Disclose your designs if you want unregistered protection in the UK and EU

If you do not do this you’ll only have protection where you first showed your design, either the UK or the EU.

Check what you need to do to continue to work or provide legal services in the UK if you’re a lawyer with a qualification from the EU, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein

You risk not being able to continue working or providing legal services in the UK if you do not prepare.

Check what you need to do if you own a UK legal services business

You risk not being able to continue providing legal services in the same way if you do not meet new requirements.

Check what you need to do if you’re a lawyer with a UK qualification to still work or provide legal services in the EU

You risk not being able to continue working or providing legal services in the EU if you do not prepare.

What you need to do may change

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Note From GOV.UK To The Author – New Guidance On #Brexit February 2020

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