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Womble Carlyle attorneys, Jeff Hay and Ted Claypoole discuss whether or not the unitary property right system will continue to apply in the UK after Brexit in this latest addition to our multi-part video series discussing the UK’s decision to leave the EU and the potential challenges and opportunities Brexit poses for businesses on either side of the Atlantic.
These video clips are pulled from panel discussion held in Charlotte on Aug. 24 sponsored by Womble Carlyle and the British-American Business Council. You can watch the entire panel discussion here. Along with Jeff Hay and Ted Claypoole, the audience of more than 100 business leaders also heard from Jeremy Pilmore-Bedford, British Consul General, John Williams, CEO of Domtar Corp., Jay Bryson, Global Economist with Wells Fargo, Doug Wood, a partner at Grant Thornton, as well as Managing Partner Jonathan Blair and Francesco Lamanna from the UK law firm Bond Dickinson.
The complete panel discussion can be viewed here.
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Ted Claypoole is a senior member of Womble Carlyle’s Intellectual Property Practice Group and leads the firm's Privacy and Data Protection Industry Team. He negotiates and prepares data management, business process outsourcing and e-commerce agreements for his clients. Claypoole routinely talks to business and legal associations across the country on data security issues and writes frequently on the topic.
Jeff Hay has more than 30 years of experience and is based in Womble Carlyle’s Charlotte office where he represents both private equity investors and US and foreign corporate clients. Hay has also served as in-house general counsel and a member of the board of a privately held consumer products company. This combination of legal and business experience has given him an understanding of corporate operational needs that allows him to help clients make informed business decisions.
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