The end of the Brexit Transition Period is fast approaching and on 1 January 2021, EU trade marks will no longer cover the UK.
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Parliament Fails to Approve the EU Withdrawal Agreement: Data Protection Implications
The draft Withdrawal Agreement: the impact on Intellectual Property
What the UK Government’s Brexit White Paper holds for the innovation economy
The Government has identified the promotion of innovation that underpins UK’s place in the world as one of the key areas of focus. The Government proposes a strategic approach seeking “new forms of cooperation”
What does European Commission’s draft Withdrawal Agreement mean for Intellectual Property Owners?
Some agreement within the draft Withdrawal Agreement has been reached with respect to EU-wide intellectual property.
UK data protection after Brexit – UK Government statement of intent contains few surprises
On the August 7, the UK’s Government Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport issued a Statement of Intent outlining its planned reforms of the UK’s data protection laws.
UK decides to proceed with the Unified Patent Court System
The future of the Unified Patent Court (UPC) system had been in doubt following the UK’s vote to exit the EU as it had been created within the EU framework.
How will Brexit impact on intellectual property rights?
There are various IP considerations that ought to be borne in mind now that the UK has decided to leave the EU.