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Brexit is one of the biggest challenges our profession has faced. In this webinar our expert panel dissect the latest guidance and uncover just what this means for you and your firm.
The most recent updates, news and publications on Brexit.
The EUIPO has published detailed Brexit guidance clarifying a number of post-Brexit issues including representation and ongoing proceedings.
CITMA President Richard Goddard joined three other panellists on IP Magazine’s podcast series to discuss all things Brexit – including the lack of clarity relating to the provisions of the withdrawal agreement.
We received a large volume of questions during our recent Brexit webinar, we have published our answers to the key questions.
The EUIPO plans to interpret EU trade mark regulations (EUTMR) so that employee representatives ‘must be in the EEA’ to represent before the EUIPO.
The UK IPO has published an ‘informal consultation’ on changes to its address for service rules.
The statutory instrument (SI) to implement the terms of the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement for intellectual property into UK law has been laid.
Government minister Nadhim Zahawi MP has responded to concerns of UK Chartered Trade Mark Attorneys in Parliament, promising a “call for views”.
Our latest Brexit update on address for service.
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.