Read our main publications on Brexit
We set out the business case for clarity, collaboration & concerted action on post-Brexit IP.
Our position on post-Brexit registered intellectual property rights (trade marks and designs) and rights of representation
The most recent updates, news and publications on Brexit.
The UK Government committs to 'cloning' all EU trade marks and designs onto the UK registers on Brexit, even if there is no deal.
The UK Government is seeking an arrangement whereby UK and EU legal representatives can jointly support clients with cases before EU institutions post-Brexit.
The UK Government has given further reassurances to business that EU intellectual property rights will continue to be protected in the UK post-Brexit, and in a further development, at no-cost.
The UK Government published its proposed 'blueprint' for the future, post-Brexit, relationship between the UK and EU across a wide range of areas including trade marks.
Our joint response to the European Commission's approach to pending EU trade mark and registered design applications.
Our submission to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Legal and Constitutional Affairs
A number of European intellectual property (IP) organisations, including CITMA, have issued a joint statement on Brexit to the European Commission.
AIM, APRAM, BMM, CITMA, ECTA, INTA and MARQUES, set out proposed solutions to some of the issues posed by IP post-Brexit.
This document expands upon the ‘Montenegro’ and ‘Tuvalu’ scenarios we outlined in CITMA’s ‘EU registered rights - trade mark’ document.
Read our original scenarios analysis of how EU trade marks could be handled post-Brexit.
This document expands upon the 'Montenegro' and 'Tuvalu' scenarios we outlined in CITMA's 'EU registered rights - designs' document.
Our original analysis of the possible scenarios for post-Brexit intellectual property.
Our updated briefing looking at the issues and options with regards to rights of representation.
Read our guidance on rights of representation post-Brexit.