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By Raúl Domínguez
Fortunately – for both the IMPI and Mexican IP system users – recent statistics on the online application filing and design search systems are positive.
By Mariana Gonzalez Vargas
Increasingly, Mexican patents have a different (often broader) scope from their foreign equivalents due to opposition proceedings or post­grant reviews held abroad.
By Héctor Chagoya
Trade secrets have played a role in the protection of technology and knowledge for centuries.
By Juan Amaro
Customs officers at Mexico's 49 customs offices inspect the contents of containers with Mexico as their final destination in order to detect counterfeit merchandise.
By Juan Amaro, Héctor Chagoya
Mexico, along with the United States and Canada, was one of the first countries to sign data protection provisions in a free trade agreement.
By Héctor Chagoya
For many years, IP management of government­funded projects in Mexico was non­existent.
By Juan Amaro, Héctor Chagoya
The increase in open innovation and the importance of collaboration in the business and scientific spheres have led to a growing need to deal with coownership.
By Juan Amaro
Although Mexican law does not recognise specific online counterfeiting crimes or provide specific penalties for such activities, it is still possible to take action against online IP violations.
By Lino Almazán
The set of claims of a patent application contains the subject matter for which the rights conferred by the patent will be granted.
By Héctor Chagoya, Mariana Gonzalez Vargas
In Mexico, a third party may challenge a patent through either an ex parte proceeding that applies to pending patent applications, or an inter partes proceeding that applies to issued patents.
By Raúl Domínguez
Recently, the Mexican Patent and Trademark Office (IMPI) issued the official report regarding statistics of Intellectual Property matters from 1993 to 2014.
By Elizabeth Arroyo
In the last months, Mexico seems to be reinventing itself and has been living several changes in its regulations and institutions.
By Octavio Espejo, Jorge Juárez
Nowadays, many companies and inventors face the problem of leaving their inventions and developments unprotected.
By Carlos Gonzalez
Conducting clearance or availability searches represents a worldwide priority activity since several years ago, when we talk about protecting distinctive signs in any desired jurisdiction.
By Mónica Serrano
In order to perfect the priority claim of a Mexican Application, sometimes it is necessary to provide the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property with a certified copy of the priority application, along with its corresponding translation into Spanish.