How Mexico’s “most active year for IP” has changed trade marks and patents
From the USMCA to Mexico’s new president – as well as the appointment of an IMPI director with no intellectual property background – IP policy is being shaped by political forces to more closely align with international standards
“2018 was the most active year for IP in Mexico so far,” says Enrique Díaz, partner at Goodrich Riquelme. He characterises the changes as “positive” because they created certainty, and expects 2019 to keep pace.
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