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Myriad issues, but closer than ever

A trio of lawyers talking Brexit revealed valuable insights into work being done behind the scenes with the IPO and, surprisingly, how the vote has pulled the IP community together.

On 13 October, Intellectual Property Magazine rounded up three esteemed IP lawyers to tackle the biggest issue in their world right now: Brexit. What transpired was an illuminating mix of hard-nosed practical points and ruminations on how, professionally and personally, the EU-vote fallout was affecting IP in the UK.

Contributors:

  • Sarah Wright, head of trademarks at Olswang
  • Kate O'Rourke, ITMA president and senior counsel at Charles Russel Speechlys
  • Annsley Merelle Ward, IP litigator at Bristows
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