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Covid-19 Outbreak – SH&P Response
The global coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) is having an impact on us all to a certain degree. SH&P is committed to maintaining the health and welfare of its staff and to minimising any disruption of our services. The UK Government moved from a state of containment to one of delay and we are now in the midst of a “lockdown”. The Government’s official approach and guidance to individuals and businesses will evolve rapidly over the coming weeks. SH&P will continue to follow this advice and we have also taken our own measures to mitigate the effect of the virus on our staff and clients alike.
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The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will lead to significant changes across a broad spectrum of business procedures and laws. IP is no exception.
The triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty marked the starting point of a potentially complicated and truncated process. None of us knows what the final outcome will be but at SH&P we are taking all necessary steps to ensure that our clients are fully prepared to adapt to any legal changes and will be in the best position to make the most of new opportunities.
We will regularly post updates on major developments affecting UK and EU based Intellectual Property rights holders and users on our website. You can also follow us on our social media feeds or sign up to our monthly newsletter. Our attorneys are also on hand if you need advice on a Brexit related issue.
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