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Value Proposition

Turn Around Time

Our team is is experienced in dealing with all types of IP and Corporate Law transactions for clients, from start-ups to multinationals. The team is proactive and prompt with their service. Quality work and speedy response time is our primary strength.

Qualified Professionals

The Firm comprises of professionals from diverse backgrounds, with an excellence in their areas of specialization and a strong understanding of the Indian IP and Corporate Law system.

Value Pricing

The Firm is a one stop solution for all IP and Corporate Law matters. We believe in contingent and competitive pricing based on the services provided by us. The Firm prides itself on building long lasting relationships with its clients and providing a tailored service to meet the specific needs of each of its clients.

Concise Advice

The Firm has a specialized team which understands the working of the Indian legal system enabling it to provide clear concise advice after understanding its clients’ requirements. The Firm is known for its simple, transparent and easy to understand policies and procedures.

Practice Areas

Intellectual Property Law

The Firm possesses expertise in prosecution and opposition of all forms of IP matters, advising clients on IP ...

Corporate Law

The Firm’s highly experienced corporate team provides a broad range of transactional and advisory services t...

Litigation

The Firm has qualified attorneys with expertise and vast experience in litigation, appearing regularly in all ...

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The first administrative encounter in the long road to patent protection is with the Indian Patent Office (the ‘IPO’). Here, the Controller is the key decision-maker in matters of the grant and renewal of patents. Naturally, this decision-making authority, powerful as it is, is also safeguarded through various legal provisions so as to be shielded from abuse. …
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Amendment of Labour Laws in India: The Industrial Relations Code, 2020

On September 28, 2020, three new labour law codes namely, the Industrial Relations Code, 2020, the Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2020 and the Code on Social Security, 2020 (“Codes”), received the President’s assent. …
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Get your game on: eSports and IP in India

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TRACKING THE UPS AND DOWNS OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY LEGISLATION IN INDIA

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been a soft law in most countries and is considered voluntary, self-regulated and beyond the scope of legislation. The concept of CSR is usually associated with companies voluntarily undertaking activities to achieve social and environmental objectives during the course of their daily business operations. …
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INTERIM RELIEF BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF AN ARBITRATION

The scope of Section 9 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (“Act”) is very broad. The Section empowers the Court to grant various “interim measures of protection” including orders for securing the amount in dispute, preservation of property, interim injunctions and appointment of receivers. The Section also empowers the Court to grant such other interim measure of protection “as may appear to the court ...
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