2 November 2020PatentsChristian Thomae

New IP law in Mexico

In late June, Mexican Congress passed the Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property, abolishing the Law of Industrial Property. Entering into force on November 5, 2020, the new law is mostly a reorganisation of the previous law, which had undergone so many amendment processes that it had lost a certain order and continuity in its text.

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