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The most recent updates, news and publications on Brexit.
In recent weeks several written Parliamentary Questions have been asked on the issues of rights of representation and UK address for service.
The UK Government is open to cooperation with the EU on intellectual property and is seeking to ensure high standards of protection for trade marks and designs.
The UK will continue to be part of the EU trade mark and design system until 31st December 2020, following ratification of the UK’s EU Withdrawal Agreement.
What is now likely to happen to registered EU Trade Marks and Registered Community Designs, and rights of representation for UK professional representatives before the EUIPO? (UPDATED 28th January 2020)
WIPO has published information about how users rights would be preserved – and how to safeguard those rights – in a no deal scenario.
The UK Government has published new guidance on trade marks if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Following the announcement that Boris Johnson will be the new Prime Minister we have issued the following statement.
We have published a quick reference guide to registered and unregistered EU designs 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.
We have brought together all the information currently available on the future rights of representation for UK professionals before the EUIPO.
Our updated briefing looking at the issues and options with regards to rights of representation.
Our guidance on rights of representation post-Brexit.