Aldo de Landa has been a member of the IP Litigation Department of Arochi & Lindner’s Mexico City office since 2000. He has more than 20 years of experience in intellectual property litigation, including complex disputes involving trademarks, copyrights, unfair competition and information technology. World Trademark Review has recognized him as a rising star in the field.
Aldo has successfully litigated numerous infringement cases, as well as trademark and copyright invalidation and cancellation proceedings, domain name disputes before WIPO, and amparo cases (constitutional appeals for the protection of fundamental rights) before the federal courts. He has implemented winning trial strategies to protect and enforce the intellectual property rights of leading companies in a variety of industries, including entertainment and media, fashion, pharmaceuticals, food and beverages, leisure goods and tobacco.
Aldo holds a law degree from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México and a Masters in Law specializing in Intellectual Property from University College London. He is a member of AIPPI, AMPPI (the Mexican chapter of AIPPI), INTA and CSUSA, of which he has been a trustee since 2018. In addition, Aldo is a professor at Universidad Panamericana and has taught courses at the Instituto de Propiedad Intelectual y Derecho de la Competencia (Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law). He also worked as Deputy Director of Projects at the Mexican Copyright Office in 2009.