Brexit Impacts on Commerce: Reduction for Prescription drugs and Recommendation for Contracting

Guidance for UK Life Sciences Offered During End of Brexit Transition

Brexit threatens to have a significant impact on the import and export of goods and services from the UK. Recent legislative moves have freed up more time to implement the Medicines Regulation in Northern Ireland so companies can prepare for the requirements of batch screening, importation and the Falsified Medicines Directive, as Adrian Spooner did on our Triage Health blog Law reports here. As explained in the Simon Jones guidelines, a wide variety of issues must be addressed in the contracts of all companies serving as buyers of goods and services – from tariffs and tariffs to taxes and enforcement services from suppliers in the EU or from Sellers of goods and services to customers in the EU.