What are the implications of Brexit on IP rights?

Covid-19 Update

Find out more

Covid-19 Update

Please be reassured that Franks & Co Limited have taken contingency measures to ensure that the firm will continue to operate without any disruption in our services in view of the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Our attorneys and support staff are equipped to work remotely to handle matters reliably and with our usually precision and efficacy. All remote working will be conducted via virtual private networking to maintain client’s data security and confidentiality. Our normal operating hours will continue.

We extend our well wishes to all at these difficult times.

Skip navigation

On Thursday June 23, 2016 the voting public of the United Kingdom made the momentous decision to leave the European Union.

British and EU stars over map of Europe

We have outlined what the possible effects may be for patent, trade mark and design portfolios in the document, which you can download using the link below.

In the short video below, European Patent and Trade Mark Attorney Stéphane Ambrosini discusses the potential implications of Brexit for the Intellectual Property Industry and for the owners of Intellectual Property Rights.