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This is a small area of IP law which comes into play when the owner of patent, trademark or design seeks to enforce their rights. We welcome the exemption now given to IP legal advisers when acting on their client’s instructions. The previous regime militated against seeking pre-action settlement of IP disputes, as the recipient could use the threat of suing the lawyer for an unjustified threat as a means of separating the IP right holder from his chosen legal adviser.

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