OLIVARES Civil and Commercial Litigation practice Compendium of recent rulings
August 25, 2022
Get updated on the Mexican legal system with this free-to-download PDF compendium by OLIVARES. The content includes four recent rulings by Mexico’s Civil Court, analyzed by our highly experienced Civil and Commercial Litigation team.
The rulings cover:
Admissibility criteria of the exception of information confidentiality when expert evidence is offered in accounting
Calculating attorneys’ fees in the absence of an agreement between the parties
Distinction between punitive damages and moral damages
The argument over whether the COVID-19 pandemic is a fortuitous event that allows the parties to justify the breach of contractual obligations
At OLIVARES, we remain attentive to the interpretation of laws carried out by our Courts in landmark cases that contribute to the strengthening of Mexico’s legal system and apply them for the benefit of our clients.
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Armando Arenas joined OLIVARES in 2000 and became a partner in January 2017. He has experience working on a range of IP matters, including consulting and litigation on trademark, patent, unfair competition, trade dress protection, and misleading advertising cases before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI), Federal Court of Tax and Administrative Affairs (FCTA), Federal Circuit Courts (FCC) and the Supreme Court of Justice (SCJ) Regulatory Affairs and Public Acquisitions.
Alejandro Luna joined OLIVARES in 1996 and being made partner in 2005, he has been instrumental to the firm’s IP Litigation, Regulatory, and Administrative Litigation practices. He co-chairs the Life Sciences & Pharmaceutical Law industry group and coordinates the Litigation Department.
Abraham Díaz is a partner and co-chairs OLIVARES’ Privacy and IT Industry groups and has a wealth of knowledge across all areas of intellectual property (IP), with a focus on copyright, trademarks, unfair competition, litigation, licensing and prosecution matters.