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Brexit: Intellectual Property

Whatever future relationship the UK has with the rest of the EU, the effect of the Great Repeal Bill, once enacted, will mean that any existing intellectual property law having effect in the UK will continue to apply as it … Continue reading

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Brexit – what IP issues to consider now

We set out our thoughts and predictions upon how protection and enforcement of IP in the UK may be impacted once Brexit arrives. We have also suggested some immediate action points for consideration in the weeks or months to come, … Continue reading

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Trade Secrets in a post-Brexit world

In their article for PLC Magazine (October 2016), Joel Smith and Jessica Welborn discuss the continued importance of the consistent and effective protection of trade secrets for businesses operating across Europe post-Brexit and the impact the new Trade Secrets Directive, … Continue reading

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The Trade Secrets Directive – consistency of approach required, with or without Brexit

In her Editorial for the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, Rachel Montagnon (our IP professional support consultant) discusses the changes introduced by the  Trade Secrets Directive (Directive (EU) 2016/943) from a UK perspective, evaluating the potential effects of Brexit … Continue reading

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