Brexit: A checklist of IP action points

While Brexit came into effect on 31 January 2020, IP owners will have until the end of the transition period to get their UK filing strategy in order. Download our Brexit and IP checklist for a helpful summary of what you need to do to protect your rights, both during and after the transition period.

After Brexit came into effect on 31 January 2020, a transition period came into force, which will run until 31 December 2020. During this period, the UK will continue to be treated as an EU member state, giving IP owners further time to prepare for Britain's exit from the EU. Download our handy checklist for an overview of the steps to take, both during and after the transition period, to ensure your registered and unregistered European trademark and design rights, and associated rights and agreements, remain protected and enforceable when the UK exits the EU.

If you have any questions or concerns about the possible impact of Brexit on your IP rights, please speak to your Novagraaf attorney or contact us below.

Download our Brexit and IP checklist

A handy overview of IP actions to take both during and after the Brexit transition period.

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