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Impact of the UK’s withdrawalfrom the EU – EUTMs and RCDsOn 29 March 2017, the United Kingdom (UK) notified its intention to leave the European Union (EU).As a consequence, unless a withdrawal agreement is ratified or another date determined by the European Council, in agreement with the UK, the UK will become a third country and EU law will ex lege (Article 50(3) TEU) cease to apply to the UK (so called “hard Brexit” scenario).The withdrawal day is currently set for 30 March 2019.This section contains the relevant information on how the EUIPO intends to handle the circumstances in which EUTM and RCD Regulations would cease to apply to the UK as from the withdrawal day.

情報源: Brexit Q & A -EUIPO

強硬離脱(ハードブレグジット)が現実味を帯びてきており、EUIPOは、強硬離脱シナリオについてもQ&Aを掲載しています。

[英国知的財産庁のBrexit関連リンク]

Information on the numbering system for comparable UK trade marks after the UK exits the EU.

情報源: Numbering system for comparable UK trade marks – GOV.UK

uk tm numbering
EUTM当時の番号に”UK009”が付加されます。

This guide offers information on the future of intellectual property (IP) laws following the decision that the UK will leave the European Union (EU).

情報源: IP and Brexit – GOV.UK

Delivering the deal negotiated with the EU remains the government’s top priority. This has not changed.However, the government must prepare for every eventuality, including a no deal scenario. For 2 years, the government has been implementing a significant programme of work to ensure that the UK is prepared to leave the EU on 29 March 2019.

情報源: Trade marks and designs if there’s no Brexit deal – GOV.UK

Politicians are creating a great degree of chaos for trademark attorneys, according to the Rt Hon Lord Chris Smith of Finsbury, chair of Intellectual Property Regulation Board

情報源: IPPro Magazine | Politicians are creating chaos for trademark attorneys, claims IPReg chair | ippromagazine.com

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