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UK government responds to Trade Mark Directive consultation

Patrick Wingrove, London

The response document noted that there was disagreement on how to interpret some terms and over licensing provisions

The UK government published its response to a technical consultation on the implementation of the EU Trade Mark Directive today.

The consultation ran from February 19 2018 until April 16 2018 and got 10 responses from IP firms and representative...

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