UKIPO updates Brexit guidance

The updated guidance note on Brexit and IP provided by the UKIPO makes it clear that the aim of the Government is still for Brexit to cause as little disruption as possible with respect to IP rights. However, despite a ‘no-deal’ Brexit being voted down earlier this month, the vote is not binding and under current UK law the UK could still leave the EU without a deal. The link below will direct you to a previous article written by Schlich attorney David Eyre in September 2018 which describes guidance notes issued by the UKIPO regarding a ‘no deal’ Brexit. From a review of the latest guidance note issued by the UKIPO on Brexit and IP, it appears that the principles set out therein remain unchanged and are thus presently still applicable. UK Government Issues Guidance Notes regarding a Potential ‘No Deal’ Brexit Should any readers of this update have a Brexit related query, please do not hesitate to contact us for more tailored advice.

UKIPO updates Brexit guidance

The updated guidance note on Brexit and IP provided by the UKIPO makes it clear that the aim of the Government is still for Brexit to cause as little disruption as possible with respect to IP rights. However, despite a 'no-deal' Brexit being voted down earlier this month, the vote is not binding and under current UK law the UK could still leave the EU without a deal.

The link below will direct you to a previous article written by Schlich attorney David Eyre in September 2018 which describes guidance notes issued by the UKIPO regarding a 'no deal' Brexit. From a review of the latest guidance note issued by the UKIPO on Brexit and IP, it appears that the principles set out therein remain unchanged and are thus presently still applicable.

UK Government Issues Guidance Notes regarding a Potential 'No Deal' Brexit

Should any readers of this update have a Brexit related query, please do not hesitate to contact us for more tailored advice.

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