5 Key Takeaways - Brexit: Issues for U.S. Retail and Consumer Goods Businesses

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Kilpatrick Townsend recently co-hosted a discussion with UK law firm Mishcon de Reya about the implications of Brexit for U.S. retail and consumer goods businesses doing business in Europe. The UK left the EU on January 31 2020. A transition period, during which EU laws have continued to apply in the UK as if it remained an EU Member State, is due to end on December 31 2020.

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