Lawyers concerned by no-deal Brexit guidance on IP exhaustion
Lawyers react to second round of Brexit ‘no deal’ guidance
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“I’m afraid I haven’t provided you with any answers, but merely posed the questions,” said Mr Justice Henry Carr of the English High Court while concluding a talk on the UK’s post-Brexit future.
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