On 1 October, a new UK law – the Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 – came into force that made significant changes to what you can and cannot say to anyone you suspect of infringing your UK intellectual property.
Stripping away the legalese, at their core, the changes do three things:
To understand the impact of the Act, let’s first unpack exactly what an “unjustified threat” is when it comes to intellectual property infringement claims.
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