Brexit | IP insight 28 Jan 2021

Business after Brexit: Interpreting the changes to Intellectual Property rights

Top considerations for post-Brexit and the Trade and Cooperation Agreement

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If I could advise my clients anything, it would be to audit their IP portfolio now and ensure IP rights are in place to protect the business and brand in the UK and remaining EU Member States. Steps can then be taken to fill any protection gaps during the grace period, and to obtain new protection as needed. Anouska Fabes, Senior Associate

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