Mass immigration is unpopular in Britain.
Following the UK’s referendum we set out some basic questions for financial services firms.
The UK voted yesterday to leave the European Union.
The referendum question has finally been answered but a myriad other questions have arisen from the ballot box.
The United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Island) went to the polls June 23rd and voted to leave the European Union.
With the overnight referendum result in the UK, and the UK voting to leave the EU, a number of our clients are asking what the effect will be on their European Union Trade Mark (“EUTM”) Registrations, whether they will continue to offer protection in the UK, and/or whether they should be contemplating new national UK trade mark filings.
It’s alliterative, sure, but the truth is nothing could be further from the truth. And representing it that way ignores the thoughtfulness behind the initiative.
US companies and policy makers will no doubt spend a good chunk of the day today considering the possible implications for them of yesterday’s UK vote for Brexit.
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