An informative and intelligently written article exploring Downing Street's stance on patent law, and the effects of a post-Brexit landscape.
Theresa May is likely to keep plans as open as possible, which doesn't particularly help a legal profession that is used to certainty and process.
Whatever happens in the next few months, it'll be very interesting to see how the IP profession reacts and how IP protection strategies will have to adapt.
Downing Street wants to press ahead with plans for two projects: a unified European patent court and a unified European patent. Taken together, they are designed to standardise and streamline patents in Europe. They are the system the continent will be using for years to come.