This year has brought with it a modernization of the Intellectual Property regime in Mexico, effectually strengthening the legal framework surrounding IP in this jurisdiction. This is a welcome change allowing the Mexican IP framework to evolve and comply with international standards. It is hoped that this initiative will lead to increased competition in the marketplace and provide legal certainty to both producers and consumers, reinforcing Mexico’s position as the leader of the Latin American economies.

Read the full feature by Diego G. Rossi, Gilberto Martínez, and Ana L. Vargas Ramirez from IBERBRAND here