Tag: UK

UK is out of the Unified Patent Court

The United Kingdom’s government has confirmed to industry publication IAM-Media that the country will not be a member of

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Bracing ourselves for a “no Brexit deal”?

The point of no return, the date of jumping off the cliff, the end of the conveyor belt, or

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Soft Brexit provides for creation of comparable UK trademarks and designs

‘Soft Brexit’ provides for creation of comparable UK trademarks and designs

Owners of existing EU trademarks (EUTM) and designs (RCD) had been left somewhat in the dark about what will

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A closer look at the countries that have ratified the UPC

Considering that the UK now has ratified the UPC agreement, the entry into force of the system seems imminent

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Fourteen countries have now ratified the UPC

Despite the uncertain situation in the UK and Germany, other EU member states seem to continue to ratify the

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Soft Brexit provides for creation of comparable UK trademarks and designs

The consequences of Brexit are becoming clearer and clearer (sort of)

Naturally, there are still many “ifs and buts”. We still don’t have any idea as to how hard or

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New UK intellectual property minister reaffirms UK commitment to the Unified Patent Court

There is a new sheriff in town. Jo Jonson takes over from Baroness Neville Rolfe as UK Intellectual Property

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UK inches towards UPC ratification

There was a sigh of relief at the end of November when the UK announced that it would proceed

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Cautious optimism regarding 2017 UPC implementation

During the meeting of the EU Competitiveness Council on 28 November 2016 in Brussels, the UK Minister of State

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Danish law can be applicable to infringing sales from UK websites

The Danish Maritime and Commercial Court has recently rendered a decision in a case regarding sale of infringing furniture

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