Trademarks under Trump: the new administration’s impact on IP so far
In January, we considered what the early signs told us about the likely impact of the Trump administration on the trademark and wider IP environment. Three months on, and nearing his 100th day in office, the president has revealed his nomination for IP enforcement coordinator (IPEC) in the Executive Office of the President. However, with the USPTO hit by a hiring freeze and uncertainty over the future leadership of the agency, the question of what impact his administration will ultimately have on trademarks and the IP ecosystem remains unanswered. So what do we know?
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