End of Brexit Transition Arrangements

November 20, 2020

PPA Webinar with Lewis Silkin

The transition period after Brexit comes to an end on December 31 2020. Whether a trade deal is agreed between the UK and EU or not, businesses need to act to get ready for the new rules from January 2021. This PPA briefing will provide members with insight into what action they should take and relevant regulatory changes.

In partnership with PPA Associate Member, Lewis Silkin, the briefing will cover employment, intellectual property, immigration, and data.

We will also explore the likelihood of a deal, with insight from political journalist Tony Grew.


Tony Grew
Tony Grew
Journalist & Broadcaster

Tony Grew is a journalist and broadcaster. He has been reporting from Westminster for a decade and is regarded as an expert on parliament, procedure and the culture of the House of Commons. He has worked for a range of publications including PoliticsHome, The House magazine and The Sunday Times.

Owen Meredith, PPA
Owen Meredith
Alan Hunt, Lewis Silkin
Alan Hunt
Managing Associate, Brands, IP and Commercial
Lewis Silkin

Alan is a Managing Associate in the Commercial and IP teams at Lewis Silkin, specialising in the drafting and negotiation of commercial and technology contracts and the development, protection and exploitation of intellectual property assets. He advises clients across a broad range of sectors, but in particular, those in media, technology, advertising retail, fashion and luxury. Alan is ranked as a Legal500 'Rising Star' for Media and Entertainment law and in April 2019, he co-founded The Collective by Lewis Silkin – a network for those working in the luxury and lifestyle sectors.

Lee Nair, Lewis Silkin
Lee Nair
Managing Associate, Employment, Reward and Immigration
Lewis Silkin

Lee is a Managing Associate in the Employment, Immigration and Reward team at Lewis Silkin. Her work is both advisory and contentious, covering contracts/policies, employee relations matters, restructures and redundancies, family rights and tribunal proceedings. She has particular experience of advising on the employment law aspects of complex global outsourcings and acquisitions. She also regularly co-ordinates employment law advice across multiple jurisdictions for international projects. In addition, Lee co-chairs Lewis Silkin’s specialist contingent workforce group and has extensive experience advising on self-employed contractors, agency workers, part time and fixed term workers, apprentices and interns.