22. When to go to the IPEC - IP litigation in the UK
Part of the UK’s High Court, The Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (the IPEC) provides fast, cost-effective intellectual property litigation proceedings, without the risk of paying uncapped costs to an opposing party.
In this episode, Appleyard Lees solicitors, partner Bill Lister, and Chris Thomas, discuss when a case should be taken to the IPEC, the mechanisms for doing so, and what proceedings may look like once a case reaches the IPEC.
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