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Who owns my logo?

United Kingdom - May 15 2019 ‘Who owns my logo?’ may seem like a straightforward question the client paid for it, so therefore the client owns it, right? Well, not always. The...

.eu domain names and a ‘no deal’ Brexit why you need a contingency plan

United Kingdom, European Union - February 11 2019 Previously, we reported that UK businesses and individuals using .eu domain names should consider preparing alternative domains, as they'll no longer...

How will design protection work after Brexit?

United Kingdom, European Union - February 8 2019 The UK government recently published a draft statutory instrument called 'The Designs and International Trade Marks (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit)...

Deal or no deal how will trade marks work after Brexit?

United Kingdom, European Union - January 14 2019 The UK government recently published a draft Statutory Instrument under the name The Trade Marks (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018 (“The TM...

Deal or no deal what happens to my intellectual property rights after Brexit?

United Kingdom, European Union, Global - January 8 2019 Brexit is the name most commonly used to refer to the United Kingdom’s (UK’s) exit from the EU (EU). Following a referendum in June 2016, the UK...