MARQUES hits out at UK government inaction, urges EUIPO and UKIPO to begin Brexit talks 17 Nov 17
MARQUES has laid out a series of recommendations for the treatment of IP rights in a post-Brexit world. In addition to calling for the harmonisation of rights to continue, it expressed frustration over the UK government’s “complete silence” on the issue and the absence of exploratory discussions between the UKIPO and EUIPO.
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