Brexit: How will goods and services trade between Norway and the UK be affected?
DLA Piper Norway
How will goods and services trade between Norway and the UK be affected by Brexit?
DLA Piper and the British Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (BNCC) are excited to invite you to attend our Brexit seminar with one of Britains top experts on the subject. The seminar will take place on Wednesday 4 December 2019.
The session will focus on:
• The different regulatory approaches taken by the UK and EU in planning for Brexit
• The essentials that Norwegian businesses need to understand to be able to prepare.
• Brexit timeline recap and the new framework for trade and services; EU – UK and EEA – UK
About the key note speaker
Paul Hardy is DLA Piper's Brexit Director. He is the former EU Legal Adviser to the UK Parliament and a former EU civil servant. Mr Hardy’s professional background makes him uniquely placed to navigate clients through the complexities of Brexit.
15:30 - 16:00 Registration and networking
16:00 - 16:15 Welcome by Kaare Oftedal, Managing Partner, DLA Piper Norway
16:15 - 16:45 "Brexit timeline recap and the new framework for trade and services; EU – UK and EEA – UK" by Kjetil Haare Johansen, Partner, DLA Piper Norway
16:45 - 17:00 Short break
17:00 - 17:45 "How will goods and services trade between Norway and the UK be affected by Brexit?" By keynote speaker Paul Hardy, DLA Piper UK
17:45 - 18:30 Panel discussion with Paul Hardy, Kjetil Haare Johansen and Jan Erik Grindheim from Civita. The discussion is mediated by Håkon Borud - Board member at the British Norwegian Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Borud has 25 years of experience as a journalist and editor in Norwegian media, and is now partner at First House. Jan Erik Grindheim is a political scientist in Civita and Associate Professor in the School of Business at University of South-Eastern Norway.
18:30 - 19:30 Food, drinks and networking
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The event is accredited for the mandatory continuing legal education for lawyers (etterutdanning for advokater).