1. Latest guidance on IP rights in a ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario

    The UK Government has published further technical notices to outline how various IP rights will be affected in the event of a no deal Brexit, although the pre-amble to the notices stresses that the Government considers a ‘no deal’ scenario unlikely. The notices cover trade marks and designs (registered and unregistered), copyright, patents and supplementary protection certificates (SPCs).

  2. Government Guidance on ‘Trade marks and designs if there’s no Brexit deal’

    In light of the current impasse in the Brexit talks, the UK government has for the first time addressed the potential impact of Brexit on registered EU IP rights in the UK in the event that no deal is reached between the UK and the EU.

  3. Brexit, AI in law enforcement, and US Privacy Shield under threat…the summer was not quiet

    Data Protection and Brexit

  4. Preparing for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit

  5. Preparing for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit

  6. Brexit Chequers White Paper - UPC

  7. Brexit update on EU-wide IP rights: Draft Withdrawal Agreement

  8. Inside IP - UPC and Brexit updates

  9. Unified Patent Court For Europe – the UK’s future remains unclear

  10. Inside IP - Brexit Special

  11. Unitary Patent Back on Track

  12. BREXIT and EU Trade Marks: What’s the worst that can happen?