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As of November 5, 2020, a new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property (IPPL) will supersede the current Industrial Property Law (IPL).
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Among the most relevant amendments in the new Federal Law for Protection of the Industrial Property, we find the one regarding the implementation and the lifting of preliminary injunctions.
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As of November 5, 2020, a new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property (IPPL) will supersede the current Industrial Property Law (IPL).
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The new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property contemplates the possibility of submitting a civil action before the Civil Courts against an infringer of any IP right
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In accordance with the General Rules section of the new IP Law, the denial of granting trademarks when their contents or forms are contrary to morals and good customs have been eliminated.
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Among the most relevant changes in this new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property in Mexico is the one contained in Article 214 (formerly 113 of the former Industrial Property Law)
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The new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property includes several changes regarding administrative infringements, with the following being the most relevant:
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On July 1, 2020, and as a result of the entry into force of the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA), the new Federal Law for Protection of the Industrial Property...
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The new regulation maintains only the prohibition relating to those marks deemed contrary to public order or those which contravene legal provisions.
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Voluntary divisional applications can be filed at any stage during prosecution prior to the payment of the grant fee or the issuance of the Final Rejection for the parent application.
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As you know, a new Industrial Property Law was published in Mexico on July 1, 2020 with the purpose of updating our local legislation to commitments made by the Mexican Government
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As of November 5, 2020, a new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property (IPPL) will supersede the current Industrial Property Law (IPL). The IPPL provides new rules regarding the...
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The Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property (new IP Law), which will enter in force on November 5, 2020, envisages new legal standards regulating the priority rights in Mexico.
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On November 13, the Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Health in conjunction with the Mexican Patent and Trademark Office (IMPI) and the regulatory authority (COFEPRIS), announced...
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While the current Mexican IP law is silent about the conditions and deadlines to file and accept divisional patent applications, the practice regarding those applications in Mexico is as follows...
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According to the new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property (IP Law), which will enter in force in November 5, 2020, the right to apply for and be granted a patent belongs to the...
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On July 1, 2020, and as a result of the entry into force of the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA), the new Federal Law for Protection of the Industrial Property, was enacted.
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Following an analysis of the new Federal Law for Protection of Industrial Property, which will come into force on November 5, 2020, it has been observed that one of the most significant...
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New uses of pharmaceutical or biotechnological compounds or compositions have been protectable through patents for a long time in Mexico, as long as all patentability requirements were met.
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The Trademarks Chapter of the new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property includes several modifications regarding oppositions.
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