UK’s IP threats law reform may be imminent
The UK government has responded to stakeholders’ concerns on a bill to reform the law on unjustified threats relating to IP infringement, adding that it intends to give the bill a smooth transition in parliament
Last year the UK government broadly accepted a report by the Law Commission which made recommendations to reform the law on unjustified threats relating to patents, trade marks and designs infringement.
Following the Commission’s final report, which included a draft...
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