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UK trademark scene post-Brexit: a world-class IP office dealing with uncertainty in a volatile brand environment
In our country data report this week, we provide a breakdown of the UK trademark market examining how the Brexit referendum has affected filing strategies, inspecting how domestic brand values have changed in the last few years and analysing the stellar performance of the UK IP Office.
The Chartered Institute of Trademark Attorneys has published a new report which identifies the impact that Brexit could have on UK businesses and the legal profession in relation to IP rights. It also makes the business case for the importance of UK trademark attorneys to retain the right to represent clients before the EU Intellectual Property Office.
A new report has revealed that few consumers have had personal experience with counterfeit food goods, as three-quarters admitted that they would not be able to identify such fake products. The problem is so bad that the head of the National Food Crime Unit told us that “there is little” consumers can do to protect themselves from fake food and drink products.
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