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Seven scenarios for EU trade marks post-Brexit

James Nurton, London


The Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys has mapped out seven possible options to prevent the loss of registered rights in the UK when the country leaves the EU

Brexit-168.In the referendum vote on June 23, the UK voted to leave the EU - though the notification has not yet been made, and the actual departure is at least two years away.

When it happens, though, Brexit will mean that...


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