Brand protection beyond Brexit: are businesses prepared?
Brands’ concern over post-Brexit protection revealed in report
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Nearly 100,000 newly cloned UK trademark registrations will become defunct next year following the Brexit deadline of December 31, research by IP data provider Clarivate has revealed.
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