Focus on: IP in Mexico

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We invite you to consult the article   IP in Mexico  , from the “Focus On: Intellectual Property” edition, prepared by Gloria Niembro, Director of Intellectual Property, for The Legal 500.

A. Introduction.

Mexico has pushed towards an effective national legal system for the protection of intangible rights and, through the years, has adapted its legislation to the international treaties that govern intellectual property worldwide and regionally.

The proximity and close commercial relationship with the United States and other commercial partners, has caused the Mexican government to reformulate and ensure adequate enforcement aiming to attract foreign investment and capital.

As one of the largest economies in the world, it is important that Mexico remains at the forefront in terms of intellectual property regulation and enforcement, and it has strived to maintain this position.

B. Influence of International Treaties in Mexico.

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