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Reports of the death of the UK Patent Box are greatly exaggerated
Following the recent joint announcement from the UK and Germany on the patent box regime we’ve encountered clients who believe the UK patent box is to shut completely. By way of reassurance here’s a short piece from Richard Turner of FTI Consulting.
Given the recent announcements on the deal struck with Germany there has been some concern over the wellbeing of the only recently introduced UK patent box. It is true that the existing rules will be phased out. However, a new regime will be introduced which is likely to be similar to the existing regime in many ways.
I feel the need, the need for speed – accelerated prosecution in the UK
Superfast, Green Channel, accelerated prosecution – Confused?
Four years on from the launch of the lean, mean, Green Channel patent machine, will this process for accelerating UK patent prosecution still have any worth should the new Superfast patent processing service be launched?
The UK Patent Box – Reducing corporation tax
On 1 April 2013 the UK will introduce a new preferential tax regime, the so called “Patent Box”, that will potentially reduce the amount of UK corporation tax that a company will be liable for.
If you’re interested in finding out more, then grab a highly caffeinated beverage of your choice (we are going to be talking about patents and tax in the same post after all!) and read on.