Nyhet Röster från Vinge i Almedalen 2017

6 juli 2017 Almedalen Brexit

Hör kommentarer och reflektioner från deltagare i Vinges seminarier i Almedalen 2017

Handling the trade effects of Brexit and a reshaped EU

Vilka konsekvenser får Brexit för Svenska företag? Alastair Sutton, Barrister, Brick Court Chambers och EU-veteran, reflekterar.
 


Hur kan svenska företag förbereda sig på Brexit? Lena Sellgren, chefekonom vid Business Sweden ger konkreta tips.
 

Har Storbritanniens beslut att lämna EU mobiliserat frihandelsvänliga krafter? Mia Åsenius, Kanslichef hos EU-kommissionär Cecilia Malmström, reflekterar.
 


Hur överlever välfärden den fjärde industriella revolutionen?

Kräver plattformsekonomin nya regelverk? Den frågan ställde vi till våra paneldeltagare Jessika Roswall (M), ledamot i riksdagens arbetsmarknadsutskott, och Fredrik Söderqvist, digitaliseringsexpert vid Unionen.
 

 

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Brexit and free movement of persons

Brexit means the end of free movement of persons between the EU and the UK. This change will affect companies in the EU and the UK that depend on workers who are UK and EU citizens respectively. This note discusses the rules on free movement of persons before and after Brexit and offers guidance to companies and other parties in this regard.
18 maj 2020 Almedalen Brexit

Brexit and Commercial Contracts

Existing and future commercial contracts that include some form of EU-UK cross-border transaction risk being affected by Brexit. This note discusses some of the issues Brexit may give rise to in this regard and offers guidance to companies and other parties.
11 maj 2020 Almedalen Brexit

Brexit and data protection

The transfer of personal data is of key importance to many businesses. It is an area that is affected by Brexit and companies must consider how to deal with the changes brought upon by the British departure. This note discusses the implications of Brexit for the transfer of personal data and offers guidance to companies and other parties.
1 april 2020 Almedalen Brexit