Telling the truth on first use

30-09-2016

Jonathan Rangel and Juan Carlos Salazar

Telling the truth on first use

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Following a court decision in Mexico, plaintiffs—not defendants—are required to prove that the date showing first use of a trademark is false. Jonathan Rangel and Juan Carlos Salazar of Dumont Bergman Bider & Co examine why it might set a dangerous precedent.


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