Carlos Ledezma has been an associate in the Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement department at the offices of Arochi & Lindner in Mexico since 2015. He has more than 15 years of experience in the matter of criminal, civil and corporate litigation.
Carlos provides consultation on the implementation of efficient strategies for prosecuting crimes against intellectual property aimed at minimizing risk and liability. He has represented clients from several industries, most notably in fashion, luxury and sporting goods, as well as certification agencies.
He has extensive experience as a litigator in complex disputes in criminal, intellectual property and civil matters. He has successfully litigated complex criminal/contentious cases before the Office of the Mexican Attorney General (PGR) and the attorney general’s offices in each state of the republic, including the Federal District Attorney’s Office in Mexico City (PGJDF); and he has litigated administrative-law cases before the Mexican Institute of Intellectual Property (IMPI), the Federal Tax and Administrative-Law Tribunal, the Collegiate and Single-Judge Circuit Courts, and the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation.
Carlos received his Law Degree from the Universidad Iberoamericana and a Master’s in Law Degree from the National Institute of Criminal Sciences in Mexico, as well as completed course work in the New Criminal Law System, most notably, the seminar given by Emory University in the United States. In addition, he has given talks on the subject at various forums, such as the Seminar on Intellectual Property at the Pan-American University in Mexico.