JURISDICTIONAL CHALLENGES FOR FMCB (FAST MOVING CONSUMER GOODS)
Fast Moving Consumer Goods FMCG refers to 'Fast Moving Consumer Goods', i.e. products with a short shelf life. This low durability is due either to high consumer demand or because the very nature of the product implies rapid deterioration.
Propiedad Intelectual a la Luz del T-MEC
Los acuerdos o tratados comerciales existen desde hace siglos y datan desde el origen mismo del comercio trasnacional.
Overview of the cannabis reform in Mexico and its implications in patent protection
For the last three years and in response to the changing needs, a lot of work has been put into developing a solid legal framework that addresses the rapidly changing concerns regarding cannabis in Mexico. Specifically, the General Health Law and the Federal Penal Code have been reformed.
EFFECTS OF THE USMCA (US-MEXICO-CANADA AGREEMENT) IN THE MEXICAN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
Free trade between countries dates from the first industrial revolution at the end of the 18th century.
Mexico IP law
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Industrial Property Consents and Coexistence Agreements. Trademarks Office´s Obligation for Protecting Consumers
Consent and Coexistence Agreements had been a common practice in Mexico while non-binding for the authority for many years, nevertheless, upon the amendments of 2018 to the Mexican Industrial Property Law such agreements are now supposed to be binding as an alternative to overcome an objection upon the existence of a prior application or registration.
MEXICO AND ITS APPELLATIONS OF ORIGIN
As we know, Mexico is mainly known for its cultural wealth, food, beverages and handicrafts; therefore, the existence of appellations of origin in our country is of utmost importance.
HEALING CONFUSION. THE IMPORTANCE OF CHOOSING THE CORRECT NAME OF PHARMACEUTICAL TRADEMARKS IN PUBLIC HEALTH
Have you ever thought about the risk of confusing the name of one pharmaceutical trademark to another and the problems that it could produce in the health of consumers?
(ADVERTISING) UNFAIR COMPETITION
Regardless of what most people could think, Mexican legislation, concerning unfair competition, is quite modern, having absorbed international treaties to the domestic legislation has made a very robust legal framework in order to defend the rights of business that may have been “victims” of non-accepted advertising practices by their competitors.
GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF SOME OF THE NON-TRADITIONAL TRADEMARKS
The purpose of the present article is to give a general perspective about non-traditional trademarks and how Mexican jurisdiction has recently adopted the protection of these signs, including some of the main problems that trademark lawyers have been facing in relation to their graphical representation.
EVOLUTION OF TRADEMARK CONCEPT IN MEXICO
A brief overview of 2018 amendments to the Industrial Property Law.
ADVANTAGES OF THE INDUSTRIAL SECRETS BEFORE THE CYBERNETIC ESPIONAGE
Recently, the protection of industrial secrets has taken on new momentum due to the frequent attacks of "cyber espionage" on companies around the world, of spies who use fake emails to enter corporate networks and search for valuable information.