The referendum held in the U.K. on June 23, 2016, resulting in a vote for the U.K. to leave the European Union, or "Brexit", has been called one of the most significant European events of the post-war period and will have major global implications--political, legal and economic. In this seminar, attorneys from the international law firms of Kitahama Partners and Herbert Smith Freehills will discuss various aspects of the Brexit and how it could impact your business.
Among the topics to be discussed will be:
- Basic overview of the European Union
- Possible scenarios for a future EU-UK relationship
- Short-term and long-term Brexit consequences
- What businesses can do now to prepare for the Brexit
The speakers for the event will be:
Jiri M. Mestecky: Partner and Registered Foreign Attorney with Kitahama Partners (Osaka Office).
Mr. Mestecky is the head of Kitahama Partners' European Practice Group and advises clients on international intellectual property, corporate and commercial transactional and arbitration matters. He is also a former Governor and Vice President of the ACCJ and currently serves on the ACCJ Kansai Executive Committee.
Christopher Hunt: Partner and Registered Foreign Attorney with Herbert Smith Freehills in Tokyo.
Mr. Hunt advises clients on complex and multi-jurisdictional dispute resolution matters across various practice areas. He has particular expertise in international arbitration, in many seats around the world, and compliance matters, including anti-bribery & corruption and sanctions. He is a qualified solicitor in England & Wales.
Please join us for this very timely and important seminar to discuss and learn how the Brexit may impact the future of your business as well as what you can do in order to be prepared and successfully meet the coming challenges.
Mie Kitano, Chair
ACCJ Business Program Committee - Kansai
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NOTE 1: Kansai Gold Card applies for this event.
NOTE 2: If you cancel after the stated deadline, the full meeting fee will be charged to your account. Sorry, no substitutions or walk-ins.
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