Brexit and Intellectual Property Rights

brexitThe withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union will have many consequences for businesses around the globe. However, it appears to be the consensus of expert commentators on the law of the UK and the EU that it is unlikely that there will be any immediate dramatic changes to how intellectual property rights will be treated in the UK.  To read the full publication in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, written by Tony Keats, click here.

Tony-Keats-v2Anthony Keats, co-chair of the Copyright & Trademark Practice. Tony’s almost three decade legal career has focused on both the business and the legal protection of brands and creative content from consumer products to entertainment, from designer goods to the Internet. Since he commenced practice, he has provided counsel and has litigated cases on behalf of many of the world’s largest consumer product and entertainment companies, as well as individual entrepreneurs, actors, and musicians.