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Scope of new specialised courts widened
Jan-20-2011 — In 2008, the Federal Court for Tax and Administrative Affairs (FCTAA) created a Specialized IP Court to decide all the cases related to IP rights, which started work in January 2009.

Mexican Patent Office excludes Formulation Patents from Linkage Gazette
Dec-06-2010

Mexico gets ready to approve biocomparable drugs
Nov-25-2010

Reform of preliminary injunctions
Nov-25-2010

Court fails to answer remuneration questions
Aug-06-2010

Supreme Court upholds the worth of formulation patents
Jul-27-2010

Nullity and lapse actions under Mexican Law
Jul-16-2010

Back to the good old days
Jul-13-2010

Preliminary injunctions in unfair competition action
Jul-13-2010

New IP law includes ineffective amendment
Jul-12-2010

Trade dress protection enhanced
Jul-12-2010

Proving patent infringement
Jul-12-2010

Applying federal law to industrial property
Jul-09-2010

Penalties to protect information
Jul-09-2010

The new digital agenda
Jul-06-2010

Trademark enforcement
Jun-15-2010

Make your case online
Jun-08-2010

Getting the Deal Through - Patents 2010
Jun-08-2010

Patent links hold health authorities to account
Apr-28-2010

Innovative data protection
Apr-28-2010

Composite trade marks
Apr-16-2010

IP court instituted
Apr-16-2010

Getting the Deal Through Trademarks 2010
Apr-16-2010

Venues for appealing IMPI decisions
Apr-07-2010

Mexico's hotel for the stars highlights power in the name
Apr-07-2010

Enforcement in Mexico: are preliminary injunctions in unfair competition actions really available?
Apr-01-2007