Andrew Yeates features in IP Magazine’s first 2021 podcast – the ‘Brexit aftermath’. With CITMA and The Law Society, he discusses what the end of transition means, what uncertainty remains, what positive outcomes are expected from the Agreement, and what the UK should focus on from an IP perspective.
We need to consider how our business operations will need to change following the end of transition, to ensure that our talent and creative businesses continue to be a global success.
In Memoriam – Adrian Sterling
of Middle Temple, Honorary Member, BLACA, Consultant to Lamb Chambers, Professorial Fellow, Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London
By Florian Koempel
Read the BCC’s response to the Intellectual Property Office’s call for views on artificial intelligence, copyright and related rights.
The 40th WIPO Standing Committee on Copyright & Related Rights happened online. There were representatives from all over the world and interpreters for all. This blog covers the contributions on limitations and exceptions.
The BCC’s International Copyright consultant, Florian Koempel, looks at the IPO’s post-Hargreaves implementation review and whether the policy objectives have been met.
The BCC has responded to the EU’s Digital Services Act consultation on 8 September 2020. Here is a short blog that providers an overview of our main concerns.
We have responded to CMA Digital Market Taskforce calling for recognition of the value of creativity and innovation, enforcement of rights to stop economic harm to grassroots creators and redressing the role and responsibilities of online platforms.
PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE CHANGED THE DATE – The next BCC Webinar is now on 30 July 2020 at 2.30pm