The UK Government released several notices setting out the UK’s position on how existing IP rights will be treated in the event of a “No Deal” exit from the European Union.
UKIPO confirms that the UK will protect all existing EU trade marks and registered Community designs when the country leaves the EU
Brexit: The government has published a White Paper on the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union, which contained explicit references to both Geographical Indications and the Unified Patent Court.
Brexit Update: With just over a year to go, the European Commission published their draft withdrawal agreement on February 28th 2018
What it says about those Intellectual Property rights which at the moment cover the whole of the EU, and therefore the UK.
The prestigious European Medicine Agency (EMA) is to relocate from London to Amsterdam following a decision by EU foreign affairs ministers.
Gavin Dundas reviews the EU position paper which sets out the EU’s views on intellectual property (IP) rights following Brexit
The UK’s Brexit Bill has cleared its last hurdle, but according to the current timetable the first Unitary Patents will issue before the UK leaves the EU.
Two months on, is the shock of Brexit being felt in the IP community? Last month we looked at the recent IP filing statistics.
The UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) has published its annual report for the financial year ending March 2016. The report includes a few facts and figures that make interesting reading for the UKIPO’s customers and allow us to check the health of IP in the UK. We look at the statistics for each of the main […]