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By Alejandro Luna, Erwin Cruz, Ingrid Ortiz
This Q&A provides an overview of the regulatory framework for the commercialisation of medical products in Mexico.
By Sergio Olivares,Jr., Mauricio Sámano
Sergio L. Olivares, Jr., and Mauricio Sámano from Olivares discuss the Mexican patent scenario, considering the aspects that work well and those that need more development to be able to protect inventors.
By Abraham Diaz, Erwin Cruz, Pedro Herrera
Biotechnology has made significant contributions to the advancement of medicine, agriculture and industry.
By Alejandro Luna, Alejandro Torres, Ingrid Ortiz
Are there any notable trends or recent legal developments in your jurisdiction's pharmaceutical industry? It is expected that the North American Free Trade Agreement will be soon reviewed, renegotiated or terminated.
By Alonso Camargo, Daniel Sánchez
The relevant authority is the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property.
By Sofía Arroyo
Sofía Arroyo, Olivares, reviews the initial results of the Mexican Opposition System and points out both the good and not so good practical consequences the system has rendered in its first year of life.
By Antonio Belaunzarán, Carlos Reyes
Antonio Belaunzarán and Carlos Reyes help readers become aware of some critical amendments that the Mexican Trademark Law requires to make Mexico a truly competitive country in terms of trademark protection.
By Sofía Arroyo
It has been approximately a decade since the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMP) adopted very strict criteria when assessing the likelihood of confusion between trade marks.
By Abraham Diaz, Adrián Martínez
The Industrial Property Law and its associated regulations govern trademarks in Mexico.
By Alejandro Luna, Armando Arenas
The Code of Ethics and Transparency of the Pharmaceutical Industry (Code of Ethics & Transparency).
By Sofía Arroyo
It has been approximately a decade since the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI) adopted very strict criteria when assessing the likelihood of confusion between trade marks.
By Sergio Olivares,Jr.
Olivares began as an intellectual property (IP) boutique in 1969 and is today the most frequently awarded IP practice in Mexico.
By Liliana Rojas
In accordance with Article 4bis (1) of the Protocol Relating to the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks, a national registration can be replaced by its posterior international trade mark registration.
By Sofía Arroyo
It has been approximately a decade since the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMP) adopted very strict criteria when assessing the likelihood of confusion between trade marks
By Alejandro Luna, Alejandro Torres, Ingrid Ortiz
Regarding the medicinal use of cannabis there is still debate since the Mexican General Health Law still contains a provision that forbids activities and conducts in Mexico related with cannabis or its derivatives.