The following pages provide analysis of important intellectual property trends in Mexico, including a new law for industrial designs and geographical indications, the challenges of the new opposition system, and rulings interpreting patent claims. First, Michael Loney analyses recent filing trends
Eduardo Kleinberg and Santiago Zubikarai of Basham discuss the lessons from Mexico’s nascent opposition system, including a lack of information about trade mark applications, examiners not being bound by oppositions, controversy over fees, and a lack of clarity about the basis on which an opposition may be filed
Two recent rulings have shed light on the interpretation of claims in Mexican patent litigation. Mariana Gonzalez Vargas of Becerril Coca & Becerril explains they provide an important reference for unity of invention and the doctrine of equivalents
Mexico is showing willingness to modernise its IP system by saying hello to the Hague Agreement and GIs beyond appellations of origin. Christian Thomae of Dumont explains how it will work
RT @titorendas: CJEU judgment in Louboutin red sole case to be delivered on June 12. Will the Court follow AG Szpunar's Opinion (available…
RT @ChrisCarani: Apple awarded $533m for design infrgment and $5m for utility infrgment. 2 certainties: appeal and more attention to design…
RT @stshank: Here's the jury verdict: https://t.co/UTwAoZW0LO
Technology alters the anti-counterfeiting landscape
Ellie Mertens reveals evolving technologies are changing the counterfeiting game on both sides, as a tool for both prevention and evasion
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