Mexico expands trade mark protection
Mexico’s industrial property law has been amended to include more types of trade marks. It also introduces some small changes that bring Mexico’s trade mark system more in line with the US and beyond
The amendments came into force on August 10.
According to Google Translate, the government says that the amendments aim to create “a modern and dynamic legal framework” in order to harmonise procedures internationally. The purpose is to “generate greater confidence...
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