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  1. About Us
    1. Overview
    2. History
    3. Recognition
  2. Our Practice
    1. Practice Areas
      1. Patents, Utility Models, and Industrial Designs
      2. Trademarks
      3. Copyrights
      4. IP Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution
      5. Anti-Piracy, Anti-Counterfeiting & Enforcement
      6. Corporate and Commercial Law
      7. Licensing, Tech Transfer & Franchising
      8. Administrative Law
      9. Regulatory Law
    2. Industry Groups
      1. Life Science & Pharmaceutical Law Group
      2. Media, Sports & Entertainment Law Group
      3. Information Technology Law Group
  3. Our People
    1. Partners
      1. Sergio L. Olivares, Jr.
      2. Antonio Belaunzarán
      3. Luis C. Schmidt
      4. Gustavo A. Alcocer
      5. Alejandro Luna F.
      6. Alonso Camargo
      7. Daniel Sánchez
      8. Abraham Díaz
      9. Armando Arenas
    2. Associates
      1. Sofía Arroyo
      2. Guillermo Ballesteros
      3. Georgina Flores
      4. Pedro Herrera
      5. Mauricio Narváez
      6. Víctor Ramírez
      7. Maria del Carmen Sada
      8. Guillermo Treviño
      9. Fernando Calderón
    3. Attorneys / Engineers
      1. Adrián Martínez
      2. Agustín Azcatl
      3. Alejandra Badillo
      4. Alejandro Torres
      5. Andrea de Landero
      6. Carlos Reyes
      7. Erwin Cruz
      8. Fernanda Díaz
      9. Ingrid Ortiz
      10. Jaime Rodríguez
      11. Jorge Juárez
      12. Jorge Pérez Mata
      13. José Luis Salgado
      14. José Miguel Lecumberri
      15. Josué Medina
      16. Liliana Rojas
      17. Luz Elena Elías
      18. Manuel Mateos
      19. María Ordorica
      20. Mariana García
      21. Martha Celis
      22. Mauricio Llanes
      23. Mauricio Sámano
      24. Roberto Salgado
      25. Rommy Morales
      26. Salomón Garza
      27. Victoria Mejía
      28. Walter Galeana
      29. Wilma Caraza
    4. Firm Administration
    5. Directory
  4. Knowledge & Resources
    1. News
      1. Impact of Digital Environment on Intellectual Property
      2. EMMY winning documentary causes change to image rights in Mexico
      3. Producers of "Presumed Guilty" celebrate
      4. New proposal of bill against Pharmaceutical Patents
      5. Mexico's adhesion to the Madrid Protocol
      6. Intellectual Property: Past & Future
      7. Bill to diminish the life term of patents for medicaments
      8. Alejandro Luna's interview "La innovación
      9. Formulation patents included in the Linkage Gazette for the first time
      10. Mexico has signed the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA)
      11. Mexican patent office shows intention to follow the Jurisprudence by which the Mexican Supreme Court gives clarification on how the Linkage Regulation applies to formulation patents
      12. Mexico moves forward for the recognition of Data Packaging Exclusivity in Mexico
      13. Olivares & Cía. named Mexico's Firm of the Year 2012 - Copyright
      14. Mexico subscribes Madrid Protocol
      15. Presumed Guilty - How can a law firm help win an Emmy?
      16. New rules came in force to speed timeframes in administrative appeal proceedings
      17. Recent reforms to the Mexican Industrial Property Law dealing with trademark priority rights
      18. Olivares & Cia. ranking
      19. Data Package Exclusivity (DPE)
      20. Mr. Sergio Olivares Sr's Passing
      21. Pharma Linkage Regulations Supreme Court Decision
      22. Managing IP magazine has recognized Olivares & Cia. as the leading firm for patent work in Mexico
      23. Mexican Congress amends the Patent Law
      24. Implementation of the Federal Law for the Protection of Personal Data in Possession of Private Entities
      25. Recent amendments to the Industrial Property Law and the Copyright Law in Mexico
      26. Amendment to the Federal Law for Consumer Protection
      27. New guidelines for approvals and renewals of biologics
      28. The energy reform, its regulatory structure in Mexico and its impact towards intellectual property and transfer of technology
      29. Unconstitutionality of the linkage regulation pro-patent holder
      30. Mexican Supreme Court ruled on the required legal standing to question marketing authorizations in violation of patents and health law regulations
      31. The New Amparo Law
      32. Final consensus on the TPP free trade agreement. (Trans-Pacific Partnership)
      33. How the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement will Affect Copyright and Digital Rights in Mexico
      34. Trademark Opposition Proceedings Finally Aproved In Mexico
    2. Articles
      1. Trademark Law Articles
        1. Pharmaceutical Trademark Guide - Mexico 2015
        2. Renewing efforts to establish trademark opposition proceedings in Mexico
        3. International Comparative Legal Guide: Trademarks 2013
        4. Altering the distinctive sign of a mark
        5. Filing reforms will save paper and money
        6. Getting the Deal Through -Trademarks 2013
        7. A new solution for trade mark filing errors
        8. Crossed wires: protecting medicines in Mexico
        9. New Trademark Examiner's Manual
        10. Supreme Court: individuals can register marks
        11. Use requirements
        12. Approach to composite marks changed, again
        13. Life Sciences Handbook 2011 - Country Q&A
        14. Mexico should accept secondary meaning
        15. Getting the Deal Through - Trademarks 2011
        16. Pharmaceutical Trademarks 2010/2011 - A Global Guide
        17. No legal basis for banning names derived from INNs
        18. How Latin America tackles cutting-edge IP issues
        19. Specialised IP court corrects IMPI
        20. Protecting trade dress
        21. Mexico's hotel for the stars highlights power in the name
        22. Regulating grey goods
        23. Newsletter Mexico / new regulations dealing with powers of attorney for trademark prosecution and maintenance
        24. Repercussions expected on medicine advertising campaign in Mexico
        25. Getting the Deal Through Trademarks 2010
        26. Limitations on advertising regulations
        27. Pharmaceutical trademarks
        28. Change to rule on letters of consent
        29. Non-traditional trademarks
        30. Trademark enforcement
        31. Mexico's fair use balancing act
        32. Trademark prosecution and registration strategies
        33. New Trade mark renewal procedures
        34. Composite trade marks
        35. Pharmaceutical Trademarks 2009
        36. Internet Issues
        37. Technology tangle: Mexico
        38. Design and trade dress protection Mexico
        39. In support of secondary meaning
        40. New criteria regarding letters of consent
        41. New criterion for recognising letters of consent in Mexico
        42. Advantages of an opposition procedure
        43. Why Mexico matters
        44. Getting the Deal Through - Trademarks 2007
        45. Contributing Firm Mexico 2007
        46. Trademark refusal in Mexico on the grounds of descriptiveness
        47. Mexico, a valuable offshoring/outsourcing destination
        48. Two ways to protect slogans
        49. New approach to composite marks
        50. Preliminary injunctions in unfair competition action
        51. Trade dress protection enhanced
        52. Contributing Firm Mexico 2006
        53. Examiners adopt strict trade mark practice
        54. The reasons for valuation
        55. Contributing Firm Mexico 2005
        56. The State of well-known trade marks
        57. Problems of reclassification
        58. Single colour marks in Mexico
        59. Renewing associated trade marks
        60. How to stop parallel imports in Mexico
        61. Exhaustion of rights
        62. Nullity and lapse actions under Mexican Law
        63. Fictional Trademarks in Mexico
        64. Trademark use in Mexico: a serious issue
        65. How to prevent classification actions
        66. Effective use of a trade mark
        67. IMPI changes approach to trade mark reclassification
        68. Jurisdiction of IP authorities
        69. Protecting non-visible signs
        70. Prepare for the Challenge: What Patent and Trademark Owners Should Know About Copyrights and 3D Printing
        71. So, Are You Not Tarnishing My Trademark?
        72. ICLG to: Trade Marks 2016
        73. The Advantages of the New Trademark Opposition System in Mexico
        74. Response to Registrar’s/Examiner’s Objection Against a Trademark Application
        75. ICLG to: Trade Marks 2015
        76. CRITERIA UPDATE REGARDING CONFUSION ANALYSIS BETWEEN TRADEMARKS IN MEXICO
        77. Substitution of a national trademark registration by a posterior international Registration
        78. MEXICO CONFUSION ANALYSIS BETWEEN TRADE MARKS
      2. Patent Law Articles
        1. Double patenting and lack of support: Obstacles or opportunities?
        2. ICLG to: Patents 2015
        3. Streghtening the PPH
        4. Energy reform promises tech transfer and patent boom
        5. The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Patents 2014
        6. Border measures against importation of medical patents
        7. PPH programmes in Mexico
        8. Patents rejected for lack of proof
        9. When copyrights and patents collide
        10. Design protection can be broadened
        11. Maximising IP rights in the life sciences industry
        12. Life Sciences - Multi-jurisdictional Guide 2012: Mexico
        13. Getting the Deal Through - Patents 2012
        14. Surge of Patent Application Final Rejections Provides Unique Opportunity for Patent Precent Making
        15. Mexico issues regulations to approve biologic drugs
        16. Latin America Roundtable
        17. New regulations pending
        18. The International Comparative Guide
        19. Marketing authorization for pharmaceutical
        20. Approval of follow-on biologics in Mexico
        21. Mexican Linkage Gazette April 2011
        22. Patent Prosecution Highway in Mexico
        23. Life Sciences Handbook 2011 - Country Q&A
        24. Data Package Exclusivity (DPE)
        25. Congress Amends IP Law
        26. Swiss format kept for medical use claims
        27. Filing regulations modified
        28. Mexican Congress Amends IP Law
        29. Mexican Supreme Court Decides on Broad Interpretation of Linkage Regulations
        30. Mexico to Issue Regulations for Approval of "Biocomparable" Drugs
        31. Mexico gets ready to approve biocomparable drugs
        32. IP Law amended
        33. Regulating grey goods
        34. Supreme Court upholds the worth of formulation patents
        35. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug 2010
        36. Getting the Deal Through - Patents 2010
        37. Compulsory licences and swine flu
        38. The death of business methods
        39. Pharmaceutical Advertising 2009
        40. Mexican Linkage Gazette Dec 2009
        41. Enforcing plant variety rights in Mexico
        42. Innovative data protection
        43. Filing divisional applications in Mexico
        44. Vegetal variety rights enforced
        45. New Regulations for pharma industry
        46. Pharmaceutical Advertising 2008
        47. Deciphering Mexican patent prosecution
        48. Patent links hold health authorities to account
        49. Linkage Gazette proves a useful tool
        50. An introduction to the PCT
        51. Business methods and software-related inventions
        52. The reasons for valuation
        53. Accessing genetic resources
        54. Drugs patent reforms introduced
        55. Proving patent infringement
        56. When you can test unexpired patents
        57. Observancia de Derechos y Represión de Ilícitos en el Derecho Mexicano de Patentes
        58. The impact of e-commerce on Mexico's IP laws
        59. Reforming to harmonize
        60. How energy reform will affect IP and tech transfer
        61. Biotech: Guidance changes US patentability and its impact in Mexico
        62. Energy reform promises tech transfer, patenting and invest
        63. ICLG to: Pharma Advertising 2015
        64. ICLG to: Patents 2016
        65. Compulsory licences and non-working
        66. Prepare for the Challenge: What Patent and Trademark Owners Should Know About Copyrights and 3D Printing
        67. Voluntary Divisional Applications in Mexico
        68. Enablement in current Mexican patent practice
        69. ICLG to: Patents 2017
      3. Copyright Law Articles
        1. Good news for filmmakers in Mexico
        2. When copyrights and patents collide
        3. The first balanced approach to protecting copyright online
        4. How to prevent frivolous actions
        5. Advertising in social media networks
        6. Technology challenges digital rights
        7. Exceptions to copyright protection and the permitted uses of copyright works in the hi-tech and digital sectors
        8. Derechos sobre producción audiovisual
        9. How Latin America tackles cutting-edge IP issues
        10. Copyright Litigation 2010
        11. Legislation and enforcement - Copyrights 2010
        12. Valuing folklore
        13. Protecting novel ideas
        14. Mexico's fair use balancing act
        15. The changing face of copyright
        16. Copyright Office to check ISSN and ISBN
        17. The new digital agenda
        18. Court rejects collecting society's bid to claim royalties for film music
        19. Copyright Throughout the World 2008
        20. What's in a name?
        21. Using the criminal law to fight online piracy
        22. Understanding reserva rights
        23. Image and publicity rights in Mexico
        24. The copyright risks of advertising in Mexico
        25. Copyright enforcement puzzles
        26. Whither Rental Rights?
        27. Liability for Contributory Infringement of IPRs
        28. Legislation and enforcement - Copyrights 2008
        29. Copyright or patent?
        30. Can new Microsoft initiative have an impact on piracy rates?
        31. Time for users to take responsibility?
        32. Mexico: Interception and Use of Satellite Broadcasting
        33. Landmark ruling backs copyright users
        34. Acquittal of satellite decoders highlights need for legal reform
        35. A public performance in Mexico
        36. Usetrade marks and other means to protect shapes
        37. The rules on co-owning IP rights
        38. Enforcing your rights in Latin America
        39. Improved protection for personalities
        40. Funding, tax and legal regimes
        41. Mexico: Remuneration rights for Reproduction
        42. Bill hopes to put an end to remuneration muddle
        43. An introduction to the PCT
        44. Legislation and enforcement - Copyright 2006
        45. Multimedia: creación de naturaleza jurídica multifacética
        46. Copyright and the global challenge
        47. Licensing as a Source of Technology Trade: A Picture of Latin America
        48. Tightening the generics loophole
        49. The reasons for valuation
        50. Film exhibitors triumph as remuneration scheme goes to Supreme Court
        51. Court fails to answer remuneration questions
        52. Controversial copyright reform introduced
        53. Authors gain controversial royalties rights under new bill
        54. The Status of Television Programmes in Mexican Copyright Law
        55. Mexico moves to improve Pharmaceutical Product Registration Process
        56. One Little Word
        57. En medicinas, lo barato sale caro
        58. Mexico: Amendments to Copyright Act
        59. Copyright Contracting developments in Mexico
        60. Private Reproduction Righst and Exemptions under Mexican Copyright Law
        61. Artist, authors take on industry
        62. Las Reservas de Derechos al uso exclusivo dentro del sistema mexivano de la Propiedad Intelectual
        63. Las Medidas Cautelares en la Observancia de Derechos de Propiedad Intelectual en México
        64. Protecting patents in Mexico
        65. International protection for tequila
        66. How to stop parallel imports in Mexico
        67. Privacy Issues under Mexican Law
        68. Ownership of Rights in Mexican Copyright Law
        69. Patentability of Human Genome in Mexico
        70. Mexico: Internet Copyright
        71. Protecting famous marks in Mexico
        72. Mexico y Latinoamérica ante el Sistema de Madrid
        73. Internet Copyright
        74. The road to harmonization
        75. Digital Millenium 'a la Mexicaine'
        76. Penalties to protect information
        77. Database protection in Mexico
        78. The impact of e-commerce on Mexico's IP laws
        79. The Pros and Cons of a North American Patent Office
        80. Trademark infringement in Mexico
        81. Three dimensional marks: the borderline between trademarks and industrial designs
        82. Copyright protection for foreign works
        83. Copyright protection for foreign works II
        84. La Protección de los Derechos Intelectuales
        85. Mexico's Health Law Threatens Drug Trademarks
        86. Exhaustion of rights
        87. Internet domain names, trademarks and trade names
        88. Protecting non-traditional marks in Mexico
        89. Famous marks protection versus dilution
        90. The Mexican System for Protecting Famous Marks Vis-A-Vis The U.S. Dilution Theory: A Comparative Analysis
        91. Protecting IP in a brave new world
        92. El Sistema de Infracciones Administrativas en Materia de Comercio de la Ley Federal del Derecho de Autor
        93. Patenting of Computer Software
        94. Use of trade marks in Mexico
        95. Recent Developments in Mexican Copyright Law
        96. Copyright and Shrink Wrap Licences in Mexico
        97. Reforming to harmonize
        98. In Mexico, Software Owners Find Rights are Illusory
        99. Breve análisis jurídico sobre el régimen de licencias "SHRINK WRAP" en Mexico
        100. Mexico Battles Wave of Parallel Imports
        101. Las marcas en el comercio Norte/Sur: El impacto del TLC y de otras manifestaciones de mercado
        102. Legal aspects of merchandising
        103. The Mexican Law of 1991 and the Amendments and Regulations of 1994: A Step forward to Enhanced Trademark Protection
        104. Nullity and lapse actions under Mexican Law
        105. Propiedad Intelectual y sus fronteras: Protección de Arte e Industria
        106. From minimum to maximum
        107. Trademark licensing and franchising
        108. La Propiedad Industrial y el Sistema de Justicia Penal en México
        109. Internet y la Industria Farmacéutica
        110. Mexican copyright reviewed
        111. La Protección de Obras Plásticas y de Arte Aplicado en México y en los Paises Latinoamericanos
        112. Breve Analisis sobre la Protección Jurídica de los Programas de Computación en México
        113. Computer software and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA): will Mexican law represent a trade barrier?
        114. Breve Análisis sobre las Franquicias y el Derecho de Autor
        115. Trade related copyright infringement by hyperlinking
        116. An insight into Mexico’s Reserva of Rights
        117. Prepare for the Challenge: What Patent and Trademark Owners Should Know About Copyrights and 3D Printing
        118. Making Available Right
        119. Traditional cultural expressions and traditional knowledge
      4. Corporate Law Articles
        1. ICLG to: Merger Control 2015
        2. Getting the Deal Through: Data Protection Privacy 2015
        3. Getting the Deal Through: Data Protection & Privacy 2014
        4. The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Merger Control 2012
        5. Mexico issues Personal Data Protection Rules
        6. How data affects innovation
        7. A practical cross-border
        8. New registry for security interests
        9. The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Merger Control 2011
        10. The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Merger Control 2010
        11. Due diligence issues to consider in M&A
        12. Income expectations in licensing
        13. The reasons for valuation
        14. Amendments proposed to franchise regulation
        15. ICLG: Merger Control 2016
        16. ICLG to: Merger Control 2017
        17. Getting the Deal Through: Data Protection & Privacy 2017
      5. IP Litigation, ADR Articles
        1. Scope of new specialised courts widened
        2. Reform of preliminary injunctions
        3. Mexican Patent Office excludes Formulation Patents from Linkage Gazette
        4. Mexico gets ready to approve biocomparable drugs
        5. Mexico's hotel for the stars highlights power in the name
        6. Supreme Court upholds the worth of formulation patents
        7. Getting the Deal Through - Patents 2010
        8. Getting the Deal Through Trademarks 2010
        9. Trademark enforcement
        10. Venues for appealing IMPI decisions
        11. IP court instituted
        12. The new digital agenda
        13. Composite trade marks
        14. Make your case online
        15. Innovative data protection
        16. Back to the good old days
        17. Patent links hold health authorities to account
        18. Preliminary injunctions in unfair competition action
        19. New IP law includes ineffective amendment
        20. Trade dress protection enhanced
        21. Court fails to answer remuneration questions
        22. Proving patent infringement
        23. Applying federal law to industrial property
        24. Penalties to protect information
        25. Nullity and lapse actions under Mexican Law
        26. Enforcement in Mexico: are preliminary injunctions in unfair competition actions really available?
      6. Regulatory Law Articles
        1. NOM 257 modifies linkage system
        2. New procedural law for constitutional challenges
        3. Life Sciences - Multi-jurisdictional Guide 2012: Mexico
        4. Maximising IP rights in the life sciences industry
        5. Recent amendment to the Federal Law for Consumer Protection
        6. Amendments to the Federal Law for Consumer Protection
        7. Mexico issues Personal Data Protection Rules
        8. New Regulations Pending
        9. Marketing authorization for pharmaceutical products to foreign applicants
        10. Data Package Exclusivity (DPE)
        11. Supreme Court upholds the worth of formulation patents
        12. Pharmaceutical trademarks
        13. Framework for biotherapeutic products established
        14. Pharmaceutical Advertising 2009
        15. New Regulations for pharma industry
        16. Transit merchandise can escape Customs
        17. Linkage Gazette proves a useful tool
        18. Drugs patent reforms introduced
        19. WTR Pharamaceutical Trademarks 2017-2018
      7. Licensing, Tech Transfer Articles
        1. Creating a secure franchise system
      8. Anti-Piracy, Anti-Counterfeiting Articles
        1. New register against counterfeits
        2. Beat the counterfeiters in Mexico
        3. Battling counterfeits through Customs
        4. Getting the Deal Through Trademarks 2010
        5. Enforcing plant variety rights in Mexico
        6. Pharmaceutical Trademarks 2009
        7. Internet Issues
        8. Anti-counterfeiting 2009
        9. Vegetal variety rights enforced
        10. New Customs rules lead to seizures
        11. Anti-counterfeiting 2008
        12. Passing on good advice
        13. Enforcing your rights in Latin America
        14. Getting the Deal Through - Data Protection & Privacy 2016
        15. Why online marketplaces should implement IP protection programmes
      9. Media, Sports & Entertainment Focused Articles
        1. Advertising in social media networks
        2. Whither Rental Rights?
        3. Improved protection for personalities
      10. Life Sciences Focused Articles
        1. Key issues for biotech products in mexico
        2. Pharmaceutical Trademark Guide - Mexico 2015
        3. Getting the Deal Through: Life Science 2015
        4. Getting the Deal Through: Life Sciences 2014
        5. Crossed wires: protecting medicines in Mexico
        6. Current Conditions of Use Claims in the Pharmaceutical Sector in Mexico
        7. Maximising IP rights in the life sciences industry
        8. Life Sciences - Multi-jurisdictional Guide 2012: Mexico
        9. Latin America Roundtable
        10. New regulations pending
        11. The International Comparative
        12. Approval of follow-on biologics in Mexico
        13. Global Pharmaceutical Linkage Regulations:
        14. Life Sciences Handbook 2011 - Country Q&A
        15. Supreme Court upholds the worth of formulation patents
        16. Repercussions expected on medicine advertising campaign in Mexico
        17. Framework for biotherapeutic products established
        18. Pharmaceutical Trademarks 2009
        19. Pharmaceutical Advertising 2008
        20. APIs, imports and the Bolar exemption: concerns and practical measures
        21. Life Sciences - Multi-jurisdictional Guide 2013: Mexico
        22. Life Sciences - Multi-jurisdictional Guide 2014: Mexico
        23. Pharmaceutical Law and Intellectual Property in Latin America
        24. ICLG to: Pharma Advertising 2015
        25. Tightening the Customs Net
        26. Data protection exclusivity for biologics
        27. Latest developments in biologics and biosimiliar regulation
        28. Getting the Deal Through: Life Sciences 2016
        29. Chapter 18 of the TPP hits the life science industry in Mexico.
        30. Medicinal product regulation and product liability in Mexico: overview
        31. Chapter 18 of TPP hits the Mexican life sciences industry
        32. ICLG to: Pharmaceutical Advertising 2016
        33. Drugs Patent Reforms Introduced
        34. Cannabis and Narcotics for Medicinal use in Mexico
        35. Pharma Boardroom Interview
        36. ICLG to: Pharmaceutical Advertising 2017
      11. Franchising Articles
        1. Creating a secure franchise system
      12. Privacy Articles
        1. The International Legal Comparative Guide to: Data Protection & Privacy 2013
        2. Mexico issues Personal Data Protection Rules
        3. Getting the Deal Through - Data Protection & Privacy 2016
    3. International Classification of Goods and Services
      1. Part I dec. 2015
      2. Part II dec. 2015
      3. Complementary List
    4. Webinar Archive
      1. Protecting Biologics in Latin America
      2. Webinar - Changes to Mexican Patent and Healthcare Laws for Life Sciences
      3. Webinar - Digital Rights Issues in Copyright Law
      4. Webinar - Data Package Exclusivity Rights in Latin America
    5. Gazettes
      1. Mexican Linkage Gazette
        1. Mexican Linkage Gazette December 2011
        2. Mexican Linkage Gazette April 2011
        3. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug 2010
        4. Mexican Linkage Gazette Dec 2009
        5. Mexican Linkage Gazette November 2012
        6. Mexican Linkage Gazette March 2013
        7. Mexican Linkage Gazette July 2012
        8. Mexican Linkage Gazette July 2012 Ad.A
        9. Mexican Linkage Gazette July 2012 Ad.B
        10. Mexican Linkage Gazette Sep 2012
        11. Mexican Linkage Gazette Sep 2012 Ad.A
        12. Mexican Linkage Gazette Sep 2012 Ad.B
        13. Mexican Linkage Gazette Sep 2012 Ad.C
        14. Mexican Linkage Gazette Sep 2012 Ad.D
        15. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug 2014
        16. Mexican Linkage Gazette Feb 2014
        17. Mexican Linkage Gazette July 2014 Ad.A
        18. Mexican Linkage Gazette July 2014 Ad.B
        19. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug 2014 Ad.C
        20. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug 2013
        21. Mexican Linkage Gazette Feb 2015
        22. Mexican Linkage Gazette Feb 2015 Ad. C
        23. Mexican Linkage Gazette Feb 2015 Ad. D June 2015
        24. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug.
        25. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug 2015 Ad. A
        26. Mexican linkage gazette
        27. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug 2015 Ad. B
        28. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug 2015 Ad. C
        29. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug. 2015
        30. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug. 2015 Ad. E
        31. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug. 2015 Ad. F
        32. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug. 2015 Ad. G
        33. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug. 2015 Ad. H
        34. Mexican Linkage Gazette Feb. 2016
        35. Mexican Linkage Gazette Feb. 2016 Ad. A
        36. Mexican Linkage Gazette Feb. 2016 Ad. B
        37. Mexican Linkage Gazette Feb. 2016 Ad. C
        38. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug. 2016
        39. Mexican Linkage Gazette Aug. 2016 Ad.A
        40. Mexican Linkage Gazette May 2017
        41. Mexican Linkage Gazette May 2017 Ad. A
        42. Mexican Linkage Gazette May 2017 Ad. B
        43. Mexican Linkage Gazette May 2017 Ad. C
    6. Newsletters
      1. Final consensus on the TPP free trade agreement. (Trans-pacific Partnership)
      2. Right of Reply
      3. Chapter 18 of the TPP hits the Life Science industry in Mexico
      4. Relevant news on Trademarks in Mexico. Opposition System Under Construction
      5. How the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement will Affect Copyright and Digital Rights in Mexico
      6. New Labeling Requirements for Alcoholic Beverages Come into Force March 24
      7. LFPCA Amendments Impose Shorter Timelines for Administrative Litigation
      8. Mexican Trademark Opposition System Will Be Operational as of August 30th, 2016
      9. Mexico. Formulation patents banned from the Linkage Gazette disregarding a Supreme Court's decision.
      10. Implementation of the Federal Law for the Protection of Personal Data in Possession of Private Entities
      11. Data Package Exclusivity (DPE). Mexico intends to pass a new law to fully recognize DPE rights in the domestic law.
      12. Recent reforms to the Mexican Industrial Property Law dealing with trademark priority rights
      13. Mexico issues regulations to approve biologic drugs
      14. Recent amendments to the Industrial Property Law and the Copyright Law in Mexico
      15. Formulation patents included in the Linkage Gazette for the first time.
      16. New guidelines for approvals and renewals of biologics.
      17. Unconstitutionality of the linkage regulation pro-patent holder.
      18. Mexican Supreme Court ruled on the required legal standing to question marketing authorizations in violation of patents and health law regulations.
      19. Legal Update: Amended Regulations to Industrial Property Law Regarding Recordation of Licenses and Changes in Ownership
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