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What Brexit means for non-EU IP owners


John Pegram of Fish & Richardson considers the impact of Brexit on non-European IP owners, arguing that foreign companies will be less likely to use the UK as their point of entry into the EU

Many IP professionals I encounter in the US and Japan have given little thought to the IP-related consequences of Brexit. In general, they express disappointment, dismay and reduced respect for the UK, which they had viewed as stable, reliable and...


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