The IPO offered its full support to Ukrainian customers and rights holders

The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has issued a statement reassuring its Ukrainian customers and rights holders in relation to their UK intellectual property rights and applications.

The IPO acknowledged that “for the majority of our Ukrainian customers and rights holders the last thing on their minds, at this time, is their IP” but sought to reassure advisors and customers that it had been “working to put in place a package of immediate measures” which would provide “the fullest support” to customers in Ukraine.

“Like everyone in the UK, we are appalled by Russia’s despicable actions and stand unequivocally behind Ukraine and its people,” said the IPO. “The UK&r...

Suzanne Townley
News Editor
Solicitors Journal

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