Brand protection beyond Brexit: are businesses prepared?
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UK trademark attorneys are growing increasingly concerned over losing business to EU firms after the Brexit process is completed, and say the government must do more.
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Brexit, trademarks, EU Intellectual Property Office, Chartered Institute of Trademark Attorneys, Mewburn Ellis, COVID-19, Elkington & Fife, EEA