Paul Duxbury, European Sales Manager, Microwave Vision Group
A summary of the consequences of Brexit and the effect on the CE Marking regime, from the legal point of view.
Session 2 Speaker
Dai Davis, Partner, Percy Crow Davis & Co.
Brexit, CE and UKCA Marking
This 90-minute workshop summarises the consequences of Brexit and the effect on the CE Marking regime, which will now come into effect on 1st January 2023, exactly thirty years after the bulk of the CE Marking regime was first extended to the United Kingdom.
Dai is a lawyer as well as an engineer, so this presentation introduces legal as well as technical aspects of the effect of Brexit.
Dai will look at:
The structure of the CE Marking legislation
What are the three Brexit agreements
The immediate and developing effect of Brexit on EU law
The differences between CE and UKCA Marking
Northern Ireland and UKNI Marking
Dai looks at all these questions from a CE Marking perspective, drawing on Machine Safety, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Toy Safety and Medical Device Safety examples throughout.
Dai Davis, being both a Lawyer and Chartered Engineer is well placed to explore these issues. He holds Master’s degrees in both Physics and Computer Science. He is a Chartered Engineer and Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
Dai has for decades consistently been recommended in the Legal 500 and in Chambers Guides to the Legal Profession. Having been national head of Intellectual Property Law and later national head of Information Technology law at Eversheds, Dai is now a partner in his own specialist law practice, Percy Crow Davis & Co.
He has a nationwide legal practice and travels regularly throughout the UK. Dai advises clients on intellectual property in Information Technology products, and all types of computer and technology law issues including such topical matters as Data Protection, Open Source, IT Security and Cloud Computing issues. Dai is a non-executive director of FAST (The Federation Against Software Theft) and a Liveryman of the City of London through the WCIT (Worshipful Company of Information Technologists).
Dai has practised for over two decades in high-tech product safety and product recall, including the law relating to CE Marking.