|Tuesday, 26 May 2020
5pm - 6pm - Presentation - Eastern Australian Time
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Dr Robert Harrison
24IP Law Group - Germany
Join us for this event as Rob discusses the impact of Brexit
The UK finally left the European Union on 31 January 2020 and is now in the so-called transition period in which the country is effectively remains in the EU for most intents and purposes.
What happens to European IP rights, such as trade marks, designs, and patents?
What is the future for the European Patent Court?
Will there be any changes in the Supplementary Protection Certificate or Data Exclusivity regimes?
How will our license agreements be effected?
Dr Rob Harrison
Dr. Robert Harrison was born in the UK of Australian parentage. He studied Physics at Oxford and worked for the European Patent Office before qualifying as a European and German Patent and Trademark Attorney with IBM.
He was European IP counsel for W.l.Gore and Associates for a number of years and is now joint managing partner of the 24IP Law Group in Munich, Berlin, Paris and London.
Rob recently acquired German nationality to enable him to continue practising as an attorney with the European Union’s IP Office.
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