Chambers' Legal Brexit guide: Intellectual Property

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26 September 2016

Gowling WLG's intellectual property lawyers Gordon Harris and Ailsa Carter have written the intellectual property chapter for the Chambers Legal Brexit guide.

The Legal Brexit intellectual property chapter summarises the current legislative framework for intellectual property law in the UK and then, for three different Brexit scenarios, considers the impact of Brexit upon this structure, where replacement legislation would be needed and the scope for development of the law in the UK.

Brexit is leading to rapid development in structural legal analysis in the UK, particularly in the field of intellectual property law. Please do consider and keep abreast of our thought-leading commentary, including:

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