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Campaigning Articles

All-Party Parliamentary Group for Intellectual property – IP & the UK’s trade negotiations

ACID CEO, and other IP & trade experts, attend APPG for IP online meeting to aid ongoing Parliamentary debates and discuss the importance of IP Chapters as Trade Bill passes through parliament. Group highlighted key issues including Online Enforcement, Artist Resale Right, and Rights of Representation.

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CAMPAIGNING – ACID Continues to be THE Leading Voice for Design Law Reform

ACID CEO Dids Macdonald recalls ACID's recent campaigning achievements and outlines key future aims, read more!

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IPO Publishes 2020/2021 Corporate Plan and Hosts Meeting with IP Minister

ACID CEO & other major IP stakeholders attend high-profile meeting with The Rt. Hon Amanda Solloway, MP., to raise importance of intellectual property and to ensure IP rights are not eroded in forthcoming new trade deals.

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Significant News For UK Designers On EU Trade Talks

After nearly four years of lobbying on the importance of EU UDR protection for UK designers post Brexit, it has been recognised in a UK draft trade negotiation document now made public

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Important Week For Designers As Brexit Talks Resume

It is imperative that those who are negotiating with the EU on IP do not neglect the potentially calamitous situation for UK designers if they lose IP unregistered design protection in EU27

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NEW YEAR MESSAGE TO THE PRIME MINISTER

ACID CEO Dids Macdonald sends an open letter to the Prime Minister

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ANTI COPYING IN DESIGN (ACID) CAMPAIGNING UPDATE NOVEMBER 2019

Read the latest campaigning update from ACID

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Brexit Intellectual Property & No Deal

With Brexit looming over us this month sound advice is needed on what rights we can rely upon

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Why Hasn’t An IP Minister Been Appointed?

ACID CEO Dids Macdonald OBE writes to the Prime Minister with concerns over the appointment of a dedicated Intellectual Property Minister

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Exhaustion of IP Rights – Government Research

We welcome the recent Government research but ask is the current research model fit for purpose?

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