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Recent Changes In The Mexican Practice To The Requirements Of Foreign Legal Entities-Granted Powers Of Attorney
In the past years, this article of the Law generated legal disputes regarding its judicial interpretation.
Mexico
9 Aug 2019
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Challenging Patents In Mexico
In Mexico, a third party may challenge a patent through either an ex parte proceeding that applies to pending patent applications, or an inter partes proceeding that applies to issued patents.
Mexico
5 Apr 2016
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IP Litigation Matters Involved In The Amendment To The Federal Law Of Administrative Contentious Procedure
In 2008, the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice issued a precedent whereby the admittance of an Amparo appeal against administrative decisions was allowed.
Mexico
2 Jul 2011
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International Treaties Over The Ordinary Federal Law. Precedent Issued By The Mexican Supreme Court
Recently, the Mexican Supreme Court has once more sustained a discussion over how Section 133 of the Mexican Constitution must be interpreted. Section 133 determines the order of priorities in our legal system.
Mexico
13 Mar 2007
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The Backlog Of The MIIP And The Federal Courts: One Of The Major Problems For The Industrial Property Litigation In Mexico
The Mexican Industrial Property (IP) Litigation system is divided in three general instances/stages that in some cases could be increased to four instances/stages. This structure implies, in a first situation, that a final decision in IP litigation could be obtained after a long time since the beginning of the litigation process, which sometimes disheartens the parties involved.
Mexico
4 Dec 2006
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Recent Amendments In The Nullity Claim Prosecuted Before The Federal Court For Tax And Administrative Affairs
The "nullity claim" is the administrative judgment which the Federal Court of Tax and Administrative Affairs (FCTAA) prosecutes and resolves, as a legal remedy against decisions issued by administrative authorities like the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (MIIP).
Mexico
6 Sep 2006
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The Benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods
The importance of Industrial Property around the world has increased in such scale that a lot of different commercial aspects of the way we do business today are affected by it.
Mexico
10 Feb 2005
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Anti-Counterfeiting in Mexico
Trademark counterfeiting is regulated in Mexican Industrial Property Law.
Mexico
13 Jul 2004
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Patent Litigation in Mexico: Overview and Strategy
The Mexican Industrial Property Law (MIPL) states in Article 213 what is considered in Mexico as an "Administrative Infringement", among which, Fractions XI to XIV refer specifically to patents.
Mexico
 
23 Feb 2004
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