Jorge Mier y Concha


  • Copyrights
  • IP Litigation
  • Licensing and Franchising
  • Patents


  • Law degree from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
  • Master in IP Law from George Washington University


  • Spanish
  • English

Jorge Mier y Concha is partner and head of Arochi and Lindner’s Patent and Copyright Departments. The most notable legal research guides have acknowledged his trajectory as an outstanding practitioner. Chambers and Partners’ Latin American Guide (2016) ranks him in its Band 2 and reports that peers praise Jorge’s skills “He is a very capable lawyer in terms of litigation and patent work.” Legal 500 Latin America (2015) reports that clients recognize him as ‘very proficient in all IP aspects’. World Trademark Review 1000 (2016) points out that some of his clients hailed him as “one of the most complete attorneys I have ever seen”.

Jorge is particularly skilled in patent and design patent litigation, with extensive scientific understanding, as well as legal knowledge. He is also known for his expertise in patent matters, including extensive state of the art searches, non-infringement and freedom-to-operate opinions. Jorge possesses a substantial deal and counseling experience on both domestic and international technology transfers including licensed patents, licenses of software and know-how.

Fully committed to his lectureship, Jorge has been an IP Law professor at the Law School of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México since 1995. He is member of AIPPI, AIPLA, AMPPI, CSUSA, FICPI and INTA. Currently, he serves as Undersecretary of the Board of Directors of the Mexican Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property.


  • International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI)
  • American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)
  • Mexican Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AMPPI)
  • The Copyright Society of the USA (CSUSA)
  • International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys (FICPI)
  • International Trademark Association (INTA)


  • A quick overview of the patent infringement landscape in Mexico
    Jorge Mier y Concha
    September 2016