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Katharine Stephens reports on the Exhaustion of IP rights if there is a no-deal Brexit and Emma Green delves into what rights owners should consider in relation to customs enforcement in order to be ready to take action ...
Exhaustion of rights is a highly charged subject and Brexit has stirred up the old arguments again. The question has been what principle of exhaustion should apply post Brexit?
Having secured the appropriate intellectual property right protection in the EU, often the front line in the battle against counterfeit and copycat products flooding into the EU, often from China, is Customs enforcement.
Subject to any transitional arrangement, .eu domain names will no longer be available for UK residents and entities post-Brexit. Should this be the case, over 300,000 .eu domain names will potentially be affected.
As you know, the UK is leaving the EU on 31 January 2020. Except in most ways it isn't, really. As part of the Brexit process a transition period has been agreed until 31 December 2020, which is referred to as "IP ...
The UK exits the EU on 31st January 2020. By virtue of the transition period in the Withdrawal Agreement, EU law will continue to apply in and in relation to the UK only until the 31st December 2020.
This bulletin discusses the implications of Brexit on licensing EU Trade Marks (EUTMs). The bulletin very briefly considers what will happen to EUTMs in the UK after Brexit, before turning to implications for EUTM ...
The 5th edition of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Copyright 2019 is a practical cross-border insight into patent law, with contributing editor Phil Sherrell of Bird & Bird.