‘Unjustified threats’ protection comes a step closer – Intellectual Property Bill ready to receive Royal Assent
Apr 12, 2017
In February this year, Matthew Harris spoke to the Law Society Gazette after the IP Bill was passed without amendments. It was reported as follows:
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On 21 March 2017, the IP Bill completed the final report stage and third reading in the House of Commons and passed back to the House of Lords. Given that the Bill passed the report stage and third reading without amendments, there are no amendments for the House of Lords to consider and it is therefore ready to be given Royal Assent.
Joint Head of Intellectual Property and Dispute Resolution
Matthew undertakes a wide range of intellectual property and information technology work but specialises in IP and IT litigation, advising and acting for clients that range from SME’s, to large multi-national companies.
He currently sits on the Law Society’s Intellectual Property Law Committee, where he has for example led the Law Society’s discussions with the Law Commission on the proposed IP Threats Bill. Read More.