“How to do Business in Mexico” returns with a panel “Life Sciences”.
This panel will address the regulatory landscape for companies doing business in Mexico. OLIVARES represents many of the world’s leading innovators involved in the research, development, and manufacture of pharmaceuticals, biotech products, agricultural goods, chemicals, medical devices, as well as food and beverages. Through this panel, we will share with you our knowledge of this important topic, focusing on cosmetics, medical devices, pharma, cannabis and others.
“HOW TO DO BUSINESS IN MEXICO”
returns with a panel
“Patents: Protecting your inventions”
The panel will address the importance of timely processing and obtaining patentsand protecting inventions and their national and international legal effects, all theformalities related to the process, among others. OLIVARES offers one of the mostspecialized and prominent patent practices in Mexico. In the last 10 years,OLIVARES has processed and obtained nearly 20,000 patents, representing manyleading companies in innovation, as well as numerous companies with substantialtechnical specializations. We will be more than happy to share through this panelour knowledge and experience with you.
How to do Business inMexico returns with its second panel “Trademarks”.
This series will address the importance of trademark registration and its national and international legal effects, all the formalities related to the registration process, and the registration in a friendly way, among others.
On the occasion of the presence of Dean Megan Carpenter of the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law in Mexico, OLIVARES is hosting a reception on Tuesday, August 2, open to FPLC´s Alummni and lawyers who would like to continue their education through LLMs or other programs.
UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law is one of the US’ top 100 law schools, according to international rankings, and is also distinguished in Intellectual Property Law.
Join Luis Schmidt at OLIVARES for a unique opportunity to hear from some of the Mexican film industry’s most accomplished producers, as they discuss how the film industry is responding to and surviving the pandemic in Mexico. Obstacles and opportunities abound, from production complications to distribution changes. Some have lost and some have gained, in an industry known to be the light and breath for the masses during a crisis, but which has itself been affected so profoundly by the global pandemic.
OLIVARES’ patent experts will address the changes to the patent regulations in Mexico under the new IP law, and then will spend time answering all your questions about the update – Need to understand the latest on linkage? Want to know how COFEPRIS is going to treat new applications.
OLIVARES’ trademark experts in a new webinar, in which they will address the changes to trademark regulations in Mexico brought by the new IP law and then answer all your questions. Are there new procedures to secure trademark rights in Mexico? What is IMPI really up to?
Litigation experts will address the changes to litigation brought by the new IP law in Mexico and then answer all your questions – Want to know about the new options for enforcing IP rights? Need to make sure that IP rights continue to be protectable through the courts and administratively? We’ve got you covered.
During one hour, we will discuss the impact that piracy and counterfeiting has in Mexico, from the point of view of a Mexican IP law firm, Olivares and certain industries. During our talk, we will address an update of the topic within our country and the expectations and changes due to the coming new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property and the amendments of the Mexican Copyright Law.