The future direction of UK IP legislation (and how to lobby for change)

By Mike Weatherley

As levels of counterfeiting continue to rise, the former IP adviser to the UK prime minister considers what steps the UK government is taking to tackle the issue, what targets it should focus on in the future and how counsel can ensure that their concerns and those of their company are heard

Imagine that you are fortunate enough to get a private audience with the UK prime minister. He is running between meetings with just a few minutes to spare and he asks you the seemingly easy and obvious question: “What do we need to do in relation to intellectual property?”

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