Enrique Ochoa de González Argüelles is Founder and Partner of Carpio, Ochoa, Martinez, Brik, a law firm based in Mexico City (Mexico). His practice focuses on information technologies, intellectual property, corporate law and arbitration. He has worked both in private practice and as company attorney, including at Microsoft Corporation (Mexico). He has significant experience representing emerging companies and large corporate clients on different kinds of negotiations and drafting of legal documents.
Mr. Ochoa obtained his law degree from Universidad del Valle de México (1996), an LLM on Intellectual Property and Information Technologies “Magíster Lvcentinvs” from Universidad de Alicante, Spain (2001), an LLM on Corporate Law from Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain (2011), Diploma on Digital Transformation from ISDI, the Instituto Superior para el Desarrollo de Internet, México (2021).
In addition to his law practice, Mr. Ochoa has been appointed a panelist by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the Arab Center for Domain Name Dispute Resolution (ACDR) to resolve disputes between trademarks owners and domain name owners. He has also been appointed as an arbitrator by the Mexican Copyright Office. Mr. Ochoa is also a lecturer and professor at several universities in Mexico and abroad. He is a member of numerous professional associations, such as the Mexican Bar Association, IAB Mexico, AIPPI MX.