UK Intellectual Property ends Interrupted Days

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Announced on 22nd June, the UK IPO has declared their Interrupted day’s period will end on 29th July 2020.


This means the first day of normal operations will commence on Thursday 30th July, meaning the interrupted day’s deadlines at the UK office will then expire.

The interrupted days have been constantly reviewed since March when they were implemented, further to yesterday’s announcement, the UK IPO has confirmed they are working to put measures in place which will assist in easing the burdens on business following the end of the period, this includes enabling the temporary removal of fees for requests of extensions.

Updates will be posted on the UKIPO website as and when updated. 

Article Published June 25, 2020