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Mexico – Trademark law reform enters into force

On August 10, the Mexican Trademark Law Reform came into force. As reported in our previous posts, the Trademark Reform brings a range of largely positive changes for brand owners, including: protection of “non-traditional marks”, namely holographic signs, sound and smell marks mandatory acceptance of consent letters and coexistence agreements refusals on descriptiveness/lack of distinctiveness may

ITC Section 337 Investigations: On board with Sedona Conference Commentary on Patent Litigation Best Practices

We are honored and delighted that our Washington, D.C. Senior Counsel and former U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) Administrative Law Judge Theodore R. Essex was appointed as sole Judicial Advisor for February’s Publication of The Sedona Conference Working Group 10 (WG10) Commentary on Patent Litigation Best Practices: International Trade Commission Section 337 Investigations Chapter. The comment covers the

Poland: Trademark registration procedure changes

An important change of the Polish Industrial Property Law came into force on 15 April.  The most relevant of the changes is a new regime for trademark registrations and oppositions.  Until today, the trademark registration procedure involved an ex officio examination of both absolute and relative refusal grounds.  The opposition period started after the decision on the