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In-house: EU should modernise ageing design laws

Max Walters, London


As the design industry awaits updates to EU laws, in-house counsel say that more harmonisation and stricter examination rules would make design rights more attractive

EUIPO in AlicanteChanges to design laws should be allowed to develop via national judicial interpretations, according to in-house and private practice lawyers, who have also called for more clarity and greater harmonisation.

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