Journal Title

Boletin Mexicano de Derecho Comparado

Volume

36

Issue

107

First Page

641

Document Type

Article

Publication Information

2003

Abstract

In this essay, the author analyzes the regulation of trademarks in the NAFTA and its influence on Mexico's legislation on that matter. In the first part, the author explains in general terms the content of the NAFTA, and afterwards, he refers to the rules of Chapter XVII on industrial property. Moreover, he explains the protection derived from this agreement in connection with trademarks, and later, he refers to the normative framework of trademarks in Mexico, which is a result both of legislation and international treaties. Finally, he makes a comparison between Spanish Law on Trademarks of 2001, the rules of NAFTA, and Mexico’s Law on Industrial Property.

Recommended Citation

Roberto Rosas, Las Marcas en el Tratado de Libre Comercio de America del Norte, 36 Boletin Mexicano de Derecho Comparado 641 (2003).

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