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Bernardo Herrerias F.

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Mexico: Cost-benefit analysis in trademark protection – Interview

International clients in Mexico should be considering solid strategies to protect their trademarks in this jurisdiction. Finding a good adviser is essential, not just from the legal side but also from an industry sector perspective, with local experience. When taking the first step to secure protection in Mexico a frequent question is “how much is it going to cost me?”. On this point,

Trademark Opposition System now effective in Mexico

As we reported in our earlier post, and newsflash the implementation of the opposition system in Mexico entered into force on, August 30th, 2016, and it is important to consider the following: a) Once the application has been received, the Mexican Trademark Office’s (MTO) shall proceed, within 10 business days, with its publication in the IP

Mexico update: New trademark opposition system effective 30 August

As we reported in our earlier post, a significant amendment to the Mexican Industrial Property Law (IPL) was proposed. The amendment concerned the implementation of an opposition system in Mexico to streamline the registration process for trademarks and slogans and the publication process for trade names, thus, harmonizing the industrial property system in Mexico with global

Implementation of New Trademark Opposition System in Mexico

At the end of last year, a significant amendment to the Mexican Industrial Property Law (IPL) was proposed.  The amendment concerned the implementation of an opposition system in Mexico to streamline the registration process for trademarks and slogans and the publication process for trade names, thus, harmonizing the industrial property system in Mexico with global

Mexico is on its way to adopt a Trademark Opposition System

On November 10, 2015 a proposed amendment to the Mexican Industrial Property Law (IPL) was published in the Senate’s Official Gazette. The amendment would implement an opposition system in Mexico which aims to streamline the registration process of trademarks, slogans and the publication of trade names, incorporating this global trend to the benefit of the