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Legal Issues for small businesses after Brexit

Date: 16 November 2017
Time: 09:30 - 16:30
Location:

DC12/13, The Clarence Centre for Enterprise and Innovation, London South Bank University, 6 St George's Circus, SE1 6FE

Organiser: Marketing and Communications
Contact details: marketing@lsbu.ac.uk
Price: £40
Legal issues after brexit

This conference will advise SMEs, sole practitioners and startups of the legal implications of Brexit for international trading, where young agile businesses are particularly at risk

Post Brexit businesses cease to be protected by the EU courts and treaties. Businesses will face legal challenges that they may not be aware of when selling or working internationally; this is particularly important for countries with less robust laws concerning their economies. 

The Ministry of Justice will be facilitating this event, along with support from Professor Craig Barker, who brings a wealth of experience working in international law. This one day conference seeks to enlighten any attendees around the considerations for operating internationally, and will be invaluable for any SMEs in attendance.

The programme for the day is as follows: 

  • 9:30 Arrival
  • 10:00 Welcome from Dean and opening speech
  • 10:30 Overview of direction (FCO)
  • 11:00 Assistance offered to SMES by Dept. of International Trade
  • 12:00 International Contract Laws by Professor Craig Barker, Dean of Law and Social Sciences at LSBU
  • 12:30 Lunch break (lunch won't be provided) 
  • 14:00 International IPR Variance and Risk
  • 14:30 Risk assessment, sanctions and territorial restrictions
  • 15:00 Securitisation of debt by Professor Craig Barker
  • 16:00 Anti-Bribery and Corruption Act (speaker from Ministry of Justice)
  • 17:00 Financial Issues for trading Internationally
 
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