Brexit will see momentous changes in Intellectual Property protection in the United Kingdom. Our resources will guide you through Trade Mark, Patent and Design law after the UK leaves the European Union.
Brexit will profoundly change UK Intellectual Property protection, and Trade Mark law in particular. Nevertheless, clients of Maucher Jenkins will not experience any change in service.
We are pleased to offer our clients uninterrupted pan-European representation through our offices in Germany and dual-qualified UK/Irish lawyers.
You will find here collated advice and resources on what to expect from changes to UK Intellectual Property law after Brexit.
Area: Patents and Inventions, Trade Marks & Brand Protection, Design Registration & Protection, IP Litigation & Dispute Resolution, IP Strategy
Brexit is bewildering, but our handy flowchart is here to help. Please note: due to the speed this story is developing, this information may already be out of date. We advise you to contact one of our attorneys to ensure you get up-to-date legal advice.
25 January 2019
21 November 2018
10 July 2018
21 May 2018
Area: Trade Marks & Brand Protection, Design Registration & Protection, IP Litigation & Dispute Resolution, IP Strategy
This issue includes news and articles relating to Brexit and the implications for IP and Maucher Jenkins as well as the latest news on German, UK and European trade mark matters and case references.
29 March 2017
Area: Patents and Inventions
"Brexit means Brexit" is the strong and clear declaration from the UK's new prime minister, Theresa May. Unfortunately, however, no-one knows precisely what that means at present, including for orphan drugs. Our partner, Kei Enomoto explores the issues here.
13 September 2016
Area: Trade Marks & Brand Protection
This issue included news and articles relating to Brexit and the implications for the UK and for Maucher Jenkins; Nikki keeps her Kule; cMuffin with your Maccoffee, sir?; Snippets; Glaxo gets puffed out.
24 June 2016
Area: Design Registration & Protection
This issue includes news and articles like Doceram - clarity or confusion on functional designs?, Nintendo v Bigben, Acacia, Audi and other, Magnitone, High court guidance on how to shorten design trials, Sucker blow for thread lifter, "Dictated by technical character".