Tuesday - 25 September 2018

What happens to Trade Marks in a No Deal Brexit Scenario

The UK Government published guidance on 24th September outlining potential ramifications to trade mark and designs law should the UK leave the EU without an agreement in place - a ‘no deal’ scenario. The paper noted it was the duty as a "responsible government to prepare for all eventualities, including ‘no deal’". To read the article in full, please click here.

The Mathys & Squire Trade Mark team understand that the goodwill in a brand can be the greatest asset a company owns and when managed carefully, that asset can be used to generate significant value in terms of revenue, market dominance and repeat product sales.

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Laura West

Managing Associate

UK Chartered & European Trade Mark and Design Attorney

Laura is a qualified Trade Mark Attorney and has experience in the filing, prosecution and enforcement of trade marks all over the world and has a strong focus on business growth through imports, exports and global portfolio management.