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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.
By Martha Celis
About a year ago, news about the copying of a design belonging to the indigenous community of Santa Maria Tlahuitoltepec, in the State of Oaxaca, Mexico, by Isabel Marant caused great controversy in social media.
By Fernanda Díaz, Víctor Ramírez
As a brief introduction, according to the Mexican Association of Internet (AMIPCI), e-commerce has increased rapidly since 2012 along with the fact that during 2015 three-quarters of online Mexicans were purchasers.
By Gustavo Alcocer, Andrés De La Cruz
As a result of the amendments to Article 28 of the Mexican Constitution, two administrative agencies, independent from the Mexican Ministry of Economy and with technical and operational autonomy...
By Luis Schmidt
Luis Schmidt, Olivares, investigates the evolution of communication to the public in copyright law and how ‘making available' has assisted in resolving some difficulties of copyright law, including infringement on the internet.
By Víctor Ramírez, Erwin Cruz
The Industrial Property Law and the Industrial Property Law Regulations regulate trademarks in Mexico. Mexico has acceded to the following international treaties relevant to trademark protection.
By Alejandro Luna, Sergio Olivares,Jr.
It has been interpreted that only literal infringement is recognised under the current IP law.
By Georgina Flores
Enablement was considered in Mexico since the amendments to the Mexican patent law on October 1, 1994 and then on September 20, 2010.
By Mauricio Sámano
Voluntary divisional applications are a good strategy for obtaining protection for specific embodiments of an invention that were not granted in a certain parent case and that are of commercial interest for the applicant.
By Alejandro Luna, Armando Arenas
The primary legislation for the advertising of medicinal products is the General Health Law (Ley General de Salud) (HL), and its Regulations (Reglamento de la LGS en materia de Publicidad) (HLR).
By   Olivares
The Reform will come into force within the next 90 calendar days after it is published in the Federal Government Gazette.
By Sofía Arroyo
According to the Mexican IP Law, the study of all trademark applications in Mexico is divided in two stages.