Unintentional infringement of UK and Community designs
21 March 2011
The IP Federation has submitted a response to the IPO public Consultation about equalisation of remedies for unintentional design infringement launched on 1 December 2010. The IP Federation supports Proposal 1 in the Consultation, namely that the law on designs should be harmonised so that there is no financial compensation of the right owner for innocent infringement of –
- UK registered designs,
- Community registered designs,
- UK unregistered design right, or
- Community unregistered design.
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