The IP Federation has submitted views on the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill in response to the request by the Public Bill Committee for written evidence before 22 November 2022.
In this submission, the IP Federation’s evidence reflects our core expertise and focuses primarily on intellectual property (IP) implications of the bill, although some of the issues we raise have more general application. In summary, we are extremely concerned by the degree of uncertainty the bill is giving rise to, the effect it is having on business innovation and investment, and the dangers that will arise if the complex process of IP law reform is rushed, incomplete or flawed.
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