Trademark attorney and founder of law firm Wood IP, Aaron Wood, has written a scathing critique on the cost of IP litigation in the UK, and the high fees being charged by law firms. Talking to World Trademark Review, he claims that high fees are preventing settlements and calls for businesses to push for change. However, he acknowledges that this could be difficult because the industry “behaves as if IP is in some way a higher level legal area than others”.

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