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The Administrative Court of Appeal elaborated on the criteria to be taken into account when examining trademarks containing figurative elements.
15 February 2022
Recent seizures of counterfeit shoes and mobile phone accessories demonstrate why it is advisable to obtain protection for product shapes as 3D trademarks.
14 February 2022
The case created controversy when it emerged that the agent who had filed the mark at issue was the SENADI director who decided on the matter.
10 February 2022
Two resolutions recently issued by the National Trademark Office have changed the policy concerning the acceptance of evidence submitted on appeal.
07 February 2022
Over 60 establishments selling fake goods bearing famous trademarks, including ADIDAS, CHANEL and GUCCI, were raided during this major action at the Polvos Azules market.
02 February 2022
Trademark-intensive industries lead the way when it comes to economic contribution in Latin America, according to a new EUIPO report.
31 January 2022
We complete our series of instalments with takeaways from decisions in the Andean Community, Canada, the Dominican Republic and the United States.
28 January 2022
The phenomena of NFTs has created a stir in the patent and trademark world, and now Mexican legislation is having to play catch-up with EPO policy. Consequently, it is vital to have some local knowledge when it comes to protecting NFT patents in Mexico.
27 January 2022
Although the regulations necessary for the coming into force of the amended Industrial Property Law have yet to be officially published, INAPI has recently set the standards for the final regulations.
25 January 2022
The decision shows that, before analysing the evidence of use of a trademark in cancellation proceedings, the Specialised Intellectual Property Chamber will evaluate the claimant’s real interest in obtaining such cancellation.
21 January 2022
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