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  • Mexico and the TPP

    Jorge Vega, Eduardo Castañeda and Guillermo González of Basham Ringe and Correa explain how the Trans-Pacific Partnership would affect Mexico’s IP system

  • Mexican law and practice related to patent eligible subject matter

    Héctor Chagoya and Claudia Campos of Becerril Coca & Becerril discuss the features of the Mexican patent system under a new environment for human creativity recognition, and analyse statutory provisions given the scarcity of administrative or judiciary precedents available for interpreting Mexican law

  • Madrid System and Mexico’s opposition system

    Laura Collada and Ariadna Galvez of Dumont Bergman Bider & Co discuss Mexico’s experience of the Madrid System since 2013 and point out some flaws in its new opposition system

  • Information technology and proving trade mark use

    Enrique Romano Barragán of Goodrich discusses the importance of information technology as evidence to prove trade mark use in cancellation actions on grounds of lack of use according to Mexican law

  • Why online marketplaces should implement IP protection programmes

    Fernanda Díaz and Víctor Ramírez of Olivares discuss the role and responsibilities of online intermediaries in connection with IP rights in Mexico


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Busy week of MIP events! #GlobalPatentForum tomorrow (Palo Alto) & Thur (Chicago) #IPStrategyForum2017 Weds (London… https://t.co/nyW2gTKPTz

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Emerging markets file more patents than the west https://t.co/FkQVfMMKyk via @FT (£)

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Very sorry to hear this. Wubbo received an outstanding achievement award from Managing IP in 2009… https://t.co/bz7via7FGz

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