Trademark News & Screw-ups New Amendments in Mexico’s Trademark Law

Still no sign of multi-class trademark applications. The problem is not the government fees. The problem is that most, if not all, Mexican trademarking firms charge by the number of applications they file. So a trademark in three classes would be treated as three separate applications and usually cost up to three times more compared to an application in one class. Trademark Factory® clients are spoiled by our single all-inclusive flat fee, so it's very difficult for us to explain how come service fees for registration in Mexico vary depending on how many classes are covered by their trademark application. Hopefully, one day this is going to change as well.

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