CIPA urges UK government to stay in EUIPO after Brexit
The president of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys has sent a letter to the UK prime minister and Brexit secretary asking the government to negotiate continued participation in the EU trade marks and designs system after it leaves the bloc
The Chartered Institute of Patent
Attorneys has urged the UK government to negotiate continued
participation of the EU trade marks and designs system after
Brexit, it was announced today.
CIPA president Stephen Jones wrote to the prime minister
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