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Newsom Vetoes Creation of California-Mexico Commission

-Editorial California Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill that would have created a California-Mexico Affairs Commission. The bill introduced by State Senator Ben Hueso arrived at the governor’s desk but was vetoed arguing that this would duplicate the mission of another agency that is working with Mexico. In a letter …

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Brands Coexistence

By: Lic. Jaime Israel Dávila Galván; Attorney. As of last year, the Industrial Property Law was created to allow owners of similar or comparable brands to obtain the respective records. Now, if during the trademark registration process the authority considers that there is a similar brand in a degree of …

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International Cooperation

By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, and former professor. In these times great political, social, legal, environmental, and cultural changes are happening around the world. Different countries have achieved important changes, such as the recognition of rights for women, human rights recognitions, migratory advances, scientific advances, among others. Mexico lives …

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