19th November 2020, 13:00 to 14:00 @ Online
The next few months will see one of the most significant changes to the trading landscape for UK and Scottish businesses, and for those looking to trade into the UK and Scotland from abroad, in the last fifty years. The UK’s exit from the European Union will directly affect trading arrangements with EU customers, and the UK’s new trade deals with non-EU countries will affect trading further afield. Supply chains and part procurement arrangements are likely to be affected, as will the free movement of workers, key to local manufacturing arrangements. Whilst this will result in additional complexity, compliance requirements and costs, it will also offer opportunities.
The webinar will be delivered online via Harper Macleod’s Zoom Webinars platform by lead speaker Jamie Watt who is a Partner in the firm. Leading the firm’s intellectual property and technology (‘IP&T’) practice, Jamie is a specialist in IP&T and complex contract matters particularly those with a cross-border element. As part of this he manages the firm’s IP registration practice for clients, addressing over 1500 different brand rights in over 60 countries. Jamie is a registered expert with the European Commission, rated as a leading individual in both Chambers and the Legal 500, accredited as a specialist with the Law Society of Scotland, and has been recognised as an IP Star for the previous 5 years by Intellectual Property Magazine.
The webinar will take place on Thursday 19th of November at 1pm.
Register in advance for this webinar by clicking here.