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ICLG Trandemarks 2019
Likewise, acquired distinctiveness will be recognised as an exception to the absolute grounds for refusal established in law.
Mexico
16 Apr 2019
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Intellectual Property Right Assignments Q&A: Mexico
1. Does the definition of "Intellectual Property Rights" in Standard document, Assignment of intellectual property rights: Cross-border: Clause 1.1 ...
Mexico
28 Feb 2019
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Head Of Mexican Institute Of Industrial Property Signals Legal Changes To Combat Infringement
On January 30, 2019, Juan Lozano Tovar, who was recently appointed as the new head of the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI), told the Mexican press that additional steps
Mexico
18 Feb 2019
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Important Information Regarding The New Declaration Of Use In Mexico
Some of our clients have been asking for our assessment in connection with information they have received from certain Mexican colleagues concerning the declaration of actual and effective use which will be required ...
Mexico
10 Sep 2018
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ICLG Trade Marks 2018
In accordance with article 89 of the IPL, all visible signs can be protected, provided that they are sufficiently distinctive and able to identify ...
Mexico
3 Jul 2018
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Big Changes In Mexican Trademark Law
As a result of the Mexican Government's renegotiations on free trade agreements, and combined with demands from the national business community, important amendments to the Mexican Industrial Property Law (IPL) ...
Mexico
2 Jul 2018
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Trade Marks 2018
The relevant authority is the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI).
Mexico
27 Jun 2018
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Mexico As A Member Of The Madrid International Trademark System
There is no doubt that the Madrid system should be beneficial for trademark owners when protecting their trademarks in several countries, particularly in terms of cost effectiveness.
Mexico
27 Jun 2018
9
Decree On Amendments To Trademark Law Published In Official Diary
We will notify you as soon as these regulations are available.
Mexico
27 Jun 2018
10
Modernisation Of International Treaties – Impact On Life Sciences
Mexico's statutory IP law, the Industrial Property Law (enacted in 1991 and modified in 1994), resulted from NAFTA negotiations with the United States and Canada and the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights.
Mexico
22 Jun 2018
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Challenges Of The New Criminal System
Last year (2016), the criminal system in force in Mexico until then was changed. A new accusatory oral system was implemented, which represents changes in both the system and the criteria.
Mexico
4 Sep 2017
12
ICLG To: Trade Marks 2017
The relevant authority is the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property.
Mexico
16 Aug 2017
13
The Opposition System In Mexico Celebrates Its First Anniversary
Sofía Arroyo, Olivares, reviews the initial results of the Mexican Opposition System and points out both the good and not so good practical consequences the system has rendered in its first year of life.
Mexico
16 Aug 2017
14
Urgent Updates To Trademark Law In Mexico
Antonio Belaunzarán and Carlos Reyes help readers become aware of some critical amendments that the Mexican Trademark Law requires to make Mexico a truly competitive country in terms of trademark protection.
Mexico
27 Jul 2017
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Criteria Update Regarding Confusion Analysis Between Trademarks in Mexico
It has been approximately a decade since the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMP) adopted very strict criteria when assessing the likelihood of confusion between trade marks.
Mexico
26 Jul 2017
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Trademarks In Mexico
The Industrial Property Law and its associated regulations govern trademarks in Mexico.
Mexico
26 Jul 2017
17
Confusion Analysis Between Trade Marks
It has been approximately a decade since the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI) adopted very strict criteria when assessing the likelihood of confusion between trade marks.
Mexico
13 May 2017
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Substitution Of A National Trademark Registration By A Posterior International Registration
In accordance with Article 4bis (1) of the Protocol Relating to the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks, a national registration can be replaced by its posterior international trade mark registration.
Mexico
29 Mar 2017
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Confusion Analysis Between Trademarks
It has been approximately a decade since the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMP) adopted very strict criteria when assessing the likelihood of confusion between trade marks
Mexico
29 Mar 2017
20
Trademark Opposition Proceedings Finally Aproved In Mexico
The Reform will come into force within the next 90 calendar days after it is published in the Federal Government Gazette.
Mexico
16 Jun 2016
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