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Mexico IP Focus 2014 11th edition Download

  • A return to the Protocol

    Adolfo Athié and Santiago Zubikarai of Basham explain that, despite the largely successful return to the Madrid System, foreign applicants in Mexico need to take heed of the challenges it raises

  • Addressing questions over patentability

    Octavio Espejo and Héctor Chagoya of Becerril Coca & Becerril offer a glimpse of the patentability of computer-implemented inventions under Mexican practice

  • Difficulties in the harmonisation process

    Víctor Garrido of Dumont Bergman Bider & Co explores patent utility issues in Mexico within the context of global harmonisation

  • International treaties spur on new forms of protection

    Amanda Sigler of Goodrich Riquelme y Asociados explains the controlled use of trade marks and its effects in Mexican legal practice against lack of use actions

  • TPP: the next trade frontier

    Alejandro Luna of Olivares discusses the implications of Mexico joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership, such as major reforms in the life-sciences sector

  • How IP rights are protected at Mexico’s borders

    Saúl Santoyo Orozco and Jose Luis Ramos-Zurita of Uhthoff describe what recent changes have been made to the way Mexico enforces IP rights at its borders, and what more needs to be done


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