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Countdown to Brexit – intellectual property

With the legal and political situation likely to remain uncertain and fluid for at least the next few months if not years, an increasing number of businesses are choosing to set up working groups within their organisations to closely monitor developments and formulate and re-evaluate plans in relation to their IP rights. If the UK remains part of the EEA, most IP laws in the UK are likely to stay closely aligned with EU law. However, if the UK’s future status is more remote from the EU, UK national laws may begin to diverge from EU law over time.

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A storm in a teashop

Many buildings are famous in their own right, whether because of their size, shape, history, location or whatever. Others become famous because of well-known occupants. Sometimes occupants and premises become synonymous and that can lead to problems if they later part company. Consider the following example:

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Brexit™

At the last count, BrandSoup found 22 trade mark applications worldwide and one already successfully registered: everything from mobile phone cases and belts to baked beans, biscuits and beer in 32 countries.

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