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‘To be, or not to be’ … Brexit, Act III

Scene 1: The risk profile of key border-related systems On February 28, the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee issued a statement that it had published as evidence, a National Audit Office memorandum, “The UK border: preparedness…

Brexit: The Morning after the Night Before

The British Prime Minister, Mrs Teresa May, lost the Parliamentary vote on the withdrawal agreement negotiated with the European Union last night (15th January 2019) by 230 votes. It is the largest parliamentary defeat for a UK government in…

Public Markets and CETA

Chapter 19 of CETA deals with public procurement.  It quite faithfully replicates the provisions and undertakings contained in the revised Government Procurement Agreement (“GPA”) agreed upon within the World Trade Organisation (“WTO”);…

Is the GDPR applicable in a (pure) B2B Context?

On Tuesday, 6th December, FLINN had their second client workshop about the GDPR.  The diverse audience included retailers, manufacturers in the food and beverages industry, franchise networks, IT, healthcare and financial sector companies as…

New member welcomed into the Lawrope Network of International Lawyers

We are all very pleased to welcome our newest member into our network of international lawyers. The new member is FLINN from Brussels, Belgium. The contact partner at the firm is Benoit Simpelaere – Benoit.simpelaere@flinn.law FLINN…