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UK to set up GI scheme and seek UPC membership after Brexit

Patrick Wingrove, London

The UK government’s new white paper outlines what it wants from intellectual property after it leaves the EU – but some IP professionals feel it doesn’t say enough

The UK government will establish its own geographical indications (GI) scheme and seek membership of the Unified Patent Court after Brexit, according to a white paper published today.

The 104-page document, which sets out the government’s plan to exit the...

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