Analysing the European Commission’s Brexit position for IP
The Commission’s draft agreement gives an indication for intellectual property post-Brexit. The UK has not yet responded but disagreement is likely over issues such as geographical indications
The European Commission published its first draft agreement for Brexit near the end of February 2018, and while it hasn’t got Westminster’s green light yet it does outline the first detailed position on IP from a negotiating party.
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