24 Nov 2021
Attorneys and firms will be able to renew registration for 2022 and pay their practising fees from 12 noon on 1 December 2022.  We will notify all attorneys and account administrators by email when the system goes live.  Attorneys should ensure they have made a compliant CPD declaration before starting their annual return.  Attorneys are required...
15 Nov 2021
We will shortly open the system for renewal of registration and payment of 2022 practising fees and will notify all attorneys and account administrators when the system goes live. In the meantime, please log into your account or your entity's account and check that all the information is up to date.  All attorneys must complete a CPD declaration...
21 Sep 2021
You will no doubt be aware of the ransomware threat currently faced by UK organisations. The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) aims to provide advice and guidance and services to help improve the cyber security resilience of organisations in the UK. To help mitigate the threat of ransomware we would recommend that your organisation take the...
7 Sep 2021
IPReg has updated the Competency Frameworks for Patent Attorneys and Trade Mark Attorneys. The changes of substance are: 1. To remove competency requirements in respect of EU Trade Marks and EU Designs, given that registration as a UK Patent Attorney or UK Trade Mark Attorney will not give representation rights at the EUIPO; and 2. To add...
24 Aug 2021
IPReg has recently accredited Nottingham Law School's (NTU) Higher Courts Advocacy Course, open to attorneys who already hold the IPReg Higher Courts Litigation Certificate. An individual who successfully completes this course will be awarded, upon application to IPReg, the IPReg Higher Courts Advocacy Certificate leading to rights of audience in...