Great Expectations! New EU Design Law to Come into Force Soon  

For numerous years, obtaining registered IP protection for visually appealing product designs has been possible in EU Member States and the UK. These industrial design rights have become a vital legal asset in companies’ IP strategies, despite being underused. 
After two decades, the EU's industrial design protection system is being revamped to enhance efficiency, affordability, and adaptability in the digital age.
The new EU Design Regulation and Directive, anticipated to be formally adopted by the EU Council soon, introduce significant changes. 
These changes include rebranding Registered Community Designs as Registered EU Designs, incorporating digital designs, clarifying the scope of protection, and addressing the rights of spare parts manufacturers. 

The reform is expected to make design protection more user-friendly and accessible, promoting innovation and competition in the market.

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