Lobbying for change: IP in government
The portfolio of UK minister David Lammy requires him to divide his time between IP policy and higher education. But UK brand owners tend to agree that, in principle, half a voice in Parliament is better than none at all. WTR considers what such a role can offer trademark owners - and how the long-overdue appointment of the US IP enforcement coordinator could steal a march on the United Kingdom.
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