January 31, 2020 marks a historic date in European history: The United Kingdom formally exited the European Union. In the meantime, the UK entered into a transition period that will last until December 31, 2020. During this period, EU law, including international agreements, will be applicable to and in the UK, and, as a general rule, have the same effect as with regard to Member States. Does this mean "business as usual" for the rest of 2020? We don't think it does. This is a brief summary of the most pertinent IP issues after Brexit and after the end of the transition period. ...
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