Our multi-disciplinary EU team can help your organisation as it deals with the legal and commercial changes arising from Brexit; providing ‘real-time’ strategic advice on the evolving relationships and trading conditions.
With our unrivalled expertise in media and deep understanding of technology and brands, we are uniquely placed to help you to understand the post-Brexit environment from a legal, economic and political perspective, so that you can navigate challenges, mitigate risks and harness potential opportunities.
Whether you are trading with and operating in the UK, the EU or internationally, we can advise you on how to approach the whole spectrum of issues, including free trade, access to markets, regulation and licensing of broadcasting and audio visual media services, licensing of content, production quotas, co-productions, data flows, digital delivery of content, copyright, trade marks and designs, free movement and access to talent, data protection and privacy, gaming, gambling and State Aid regimes.
Our EU-qualified and Brussels-based specialists are renowned for their work on Brexit-related issues and the impact of potential divergence, having advised an array of businesses, trade and industry bodies, as well as the public sector. Ted Shapiro is also a member of both the Department for International Trade’s Cultural Industries Trade Advisory Group and the Law Society’s EU Committee.