The latest news from CITMA and around the world of intellectual property.
International trade mark and design registrations that designate the EU will continue to cover the UK, even in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has confirmed.
Chris Skidmore MP has been confirmed as the new minister with responsibility for intellectual property following the recent resignation of Sam Gyimah MP.
A “mechanism for cooperation” should be established between the UK and EU post-Brexit for trade marks, designs and patents a new document released by UK and EU negotiators reveals.
A number of our Autumn Conference speakers shared how unregistered rights could be used successfully in opposition proceedings.
IP rights and rights of representation feature in the draft withdrawal agreement, published on 14th November 2018.
A new parliamentary report calls for Government to seek continued rights of representation for UK representatives at the EUIPO.
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The UK Government committs to 'cloning' all EU trade marks and designs onto the UK registers on Brexit, even if there is no deal.