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As the deadline for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU approaches and there is an increasing risk of a no-deal Brexit, it is vital for companies to understand the impacts of a no deal and how they can address the challenges to their businesses.

In this webinar, Baker McKenzie experts from across the UK and EU share their experience on steering clients through the key issues surrounding Brexit and on how businesses should be preparing.

This webinar offers an overview of the current political landscape, and looks at the impact of a possible no-deal Brexit on key areas including: supply chains (trade/ customs); commercial contracts; people/ immigration; as well as product regulation.

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Ross Denton is a partner in Baker McKenzie’s European Community, Competition & Trade Department in London and member of the Baker McKenzie Japanese Practice Group. He also served as coordinator of the Firm’s International Trade & WTO Practice Group. Ross routinely advises US and Japanese multinationals on EU and UK competition matters and international trade law issues. In addition to his practice, Ross contributes to a number of publications, including Laws of the European Communities and Encyclopedia of Information Technology. He is a member of the UK Customs Practitioners Group and the World Trade Lawyers Association.

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Ilya Hoekerd is the head of Baker McKenzie Amsterdam’s Immigration Desk. He practices in the areas of individual and collective employment and labor law, immigration law or global mobility, data protection law and mediation or alternative dispute resolution. Ilya regularly assists and advises high-profile employees, as well as local Dutch companies, publicly traded global multinationals and their works councils. In particular, he assists clients in multidisciplinary migration projects varying from one-off short-term business visits to the comprehensive and continuous transfer of employees.

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Graham Stuart is a partner at Baker McKenzie's London office specialising in product regulation and environmental, health and safety law.

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Richard Mills is a Senior Associate in Baker McKenzie's London office.