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Proposed Changes To Mexico's Consumer Protection Law
A proposal for new regulations to the Federal Consumer Protection Law was published by Mexico's National Commission of Regulatory Improvement (CONAMER)
Mexico
13 Sep 2019
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The Federal Telecommunications Institute Published A New Regulation Applicable To Mobile Service Providers
On Wednesday January, 17, 2018, the "Resolution whereby the Plenary of the Federal Telecommunications Institute approved and issued the guidelines establishing quality indexes and parameters to be complied with ...
Mexico
20 Mar 2019
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Senate Passes Bill Granting School-Related Leave To Working Parents
On December 5, 2018, Mexico's Senate Joint Commissions on Education and Legislative Studies approved a bill to amend the Education General Law and the Federal Labor Law
Mexico
28 Dec 2018
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Innovación con consciencia…
Hace apenas unos pocos días se celebró en la ciudad de Guadalajara la nueva edición de Campus Party.
Mexico
20 Aug 2018
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Medicinal Product Regulation And Product Liability In Mexico: Overview May 2017
What are the main legislation and regulatory authorities for pharmaceuticals in your jurisdiction?
Mexico
21 Aug 2017
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Life Sciences: Product Regulation And Liability In Mexico
Are there any notable trends or recent legal developments in your jurisdiction's pharmaceutical industry? It is expected that the North American Free Trade Agreement will be soon reviewed, renegotiated or terminated.
Mexico
17 Aug 2017
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The Mexican Patent Office Position Regarding The Patentability Of Prodrugs In Terms Of Clarity
For about at least three years, the Mexican patent examiners have adopted the practice of issuing official letters in order to reject the term "prodrug", arguing that the meaning thereof is neither restricted nor clearly supported by the patent application description.
Mexico
25 May 2007
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Patentability of Prodrugs in Mexico
In view of the fact that metabolism is the major process by which foreign substances, including drugs are eliminated from the body, or really the sum of many ongoing individual processes by which living cells process molecules and maintain a living state, it is not easy to understand how said processes may biotransform a drug substance into pharmacologically active or inactive metabolites.
Mexico
8 Aug 2006
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Broader Protection for Your Trademarks, is it Possible?
Would you like to broaden your trademarks protection in Mexico and (in some cases) abroad? Would you like to be able to stop third parties from registering YOUR mark for different goods and services in Mexico or other country?
Mexico
5 Jul 2005
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Una Mayor Protección Para Sus Marcas ¿Es Posible?
¿Le gustaría aumentar la protección de su marca en México e incluso (en algunas cosas) en el extranjero? ¿Qué le parecería poder impedir que alguien registrara SU marca para productos diferentes o en otro país?
Mexico
5 Jul 2005
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Constitutional Relief vs. Recent Health Law Decree
Just before February 25, 2005, Article 376 of the General Health Law provided that sanitary registrations before the Ministry of Health to which medicaments, stupefacient, psychotropic substances and products containing such,; medical equipment, prosthesis, functional assistances, diagnostic agents, deontological use materials, surgical and healing materials and hygiene products; as well as pesticides, nutrient vegetables and toxic or hazardous substances are subject had an indefinitely validity
Mexico
 
3 Mar 2005
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Mexican Labor Law, is it Really Prepared For The Technological Change?
In the past decade, we have witnessed an enormous advance in the technological field. We can see such cases in the increase of Internet users, e-mails, PDAs, among others.
Mexico
16 Feb 2005
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Biotechnology at Third Stage of Development
Biotechnology is modifying the cultural and economic relations within the societies in the globalizated world.
Mexico
 
17 Jan 2005
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After 57 Years, The Federal Law Of Gambling And Raffles Is Finally Regulated
Since its publication in 1947, the Federal Gambling and Raffles Law (the "Law") was not regulated. It was hard to believe that all the regulation for games and raffles was regulated by only 17 brief articles of the Law, an Official Norm and auxiliary –but scant– regulations.
Mexico
21 Oct 2004
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Employment Termination in Mexico, a Trap For The Unwary?
Mexican Federal Labor Law regarding employment termination.
Mexico
 
5 Aug 2004
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Anti-Counterfeiting in Mexico
Trademark counterfeiting is regulated in Mexican Industrial Property Law.
Mexico
13 Jul 2004
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