Following the EU referendum of 23 June 2016, for now, the European Trade Mark landscape remains the same. No changes are likely to happen in the immediate future. However, in the longer term, there might well be differences from the present pan-EU practices. Boult Wade Tennant has developed a checklist designed to set out some of the key questions trade mark owners should consider in their initial planning phase, as they evaluate their portfolios and the potential impact of Brexit.
Click here to download your Brexit Trade Mark checklist.