Uncertainty Remains for IP Rights Post-Brexit: Insights from Kevin Mooney, Rules and Procedure Committee, Chairman
A profound number of implications are predicted to shift the world of patent law and litigation when the UK exits the EU. However, it goes without saying that the decision for the UK to come out of the EU will have a significant consequence on many businesses trading with, and in, the UK, not least those businesses which have significant intellectual property rights.
Download the full interview with Kevin Mooney, Chairman of the Rules and Procedure Committee, UPC, to explore what the landscape for intellectual property owners could look like post-Brexit.
Key benefits of downloading the interview:
- Insights on what the Unified Patent Agreement offers for right holders post-Brexit
- The challenges of IP and patents post-Brexit; both to patents registered in the UK and patents registered abroad but commercialized in the UK
- Kevin Mooney's advice to right holders over the next coming months to assess the impact of IP rights how they should prepare ahead of the Brexit deadlines
- Discussions around the UK remaining within the UPC project post-Brexit
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