As a country hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, India has experienced a significant economic downturn amid drawn-out lockdowns. Even so, the e-commerce industry is booming as consumers favour online stores over physical shops. Personal protective equipment, disinfectants and other medical supplies are high on shopping lists, something that infringers are taking advantage of – this in turn has led to concerns about the effectiveness and safety of such products sold online. However, rights holders will be glad to hear that Indian courts are recognising how important it is to deter infringers and are becoming increasingly willing to grant punitive damages, especially against repeat offenders. In other news, Intellectual Property India (IPIndia) is seeing a growing number of applications related to store layout protection since the Taj Mahal Palace hotel succeeded in registering its architectural design back in 2016. Store layout marks can be registered as 3D marks, although many are still being rejected due to a lack of proven distinctiveness.

Firms: enforcement and litigation

Firms: prosecution and strategy

Ajay Sahni & Associates

Boutique corporate firm Ajay Sahni & Associates has been operating since 1983; it has attracted praise for adhering to “strict values and standards”, which results in a Rolls Royce service characterised by “timeliness, respect and correctness”. With an eye for technological innovation, it is the first outfit in India to offer blockchain-enabled IP protection services and uses an automated in-house trademark portfolio management system to streamline the work process. One foreign associate regards the team as “formidable commercial lawyers, way beyond their peers and the best lawyers of their generation”, while the IP practice is described as “distinguished, the best in the country when it comes to trademark and IP matters”. Ajay Sahni wins plaudits as an “exceptional attorney who does a great job of combining passion with advocacy for clients”. With impressive foresight, Sahni “is able to understand a client’s problems and predict and alert clients to any potential issue on the horizon”. Other noteworthy members of the team include Kritika Sahni and Ankit Sahni. “Kritika is thorough, knowledgeable and responsive” while Ankit is “outstanding in every way; highly regarded in the international IP and trademark community, mature, immensely hardworking and willing to go the extra mile for his clients to add value to their business”.

ALG India Law Offices LLP 

Making its sophomore appearance in the WTR 1000 is ALG India Law Offices, a boutique firm with a reputation that outweighs its size. Major clients that entrust ALG with their India trademark portfolios include Whirlpool Corporation, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and Paramount Pictures Corporation, attracted by its “professionalism, responsiveness, quality of work and transparency”. It impresses with its “ability to consistently recruit and retain top talent” while the team demonstrates “drive and determination”. “The lawyers are all personable, capable and creative. They do not only convey information, but always provide an opinion on next steps that is well thought-through and strategic while keeping the client’s best interest in mind.” Managing partner Sheja Ehtesham is a powerhouse who commands respect from peers and foreign associates alike. “I am impressed with ALG’s leadership and presence among IP firms in India and the strong role taken by Sheja. She is dynamic, personable and most importantly, an excellent attorney whose counsel inspires trust.” “Responsive and thoughtful,” Aparna Sreedhar focuses on transactional and enforcement matters.

Anand and Anand 

Unique as the only firm to top both the prosecution and enforcement tables in the India chapter, Anand & Anand is also the name on top of everybody’s minds when it comes to trademark advice. As one of the oldest practices in the country, it has accumulated vast amounts of experience and expertise over the years, all of which go into its full-service IP offerings. “Well-known in the IP industry,” Pravin Anand leads a “reputable team of attorneys who give timely, personalised advice” and belong “among the top trademark counsel in India”. “Anand & Anand are out-of-the box thinkers and go out of their way to find evidence in the local market to support our cases.” Head of trademarks Safir Anand “renders stellar prosecution and trademark advice.”

Archer & Angel

Archer & Angel has garnered a growing international reputation for its full range of IP services. Its client base consists of domestic and overseas business looking for IP advice in India, including Kentucky Fried Chicken international Holdings LLC, Taco Bell Corp and 7-Eleven. Sanjay Chhabra is an invaluable member of the team, which works strategically and systematically to protect clients’ rights in the region.

AZB & Partners

AZB & Partners’ excellent track record impresses clients who approach it for portfolio management, trademark prosecution and enforcement work. Vans, Philip Morris, Dell and North Face are just a few of the big names that call on its services. Overseas brand owners marvel at how “moving from a traditional Indian IP firm to AZB & Partners makes such a big difference”, owing to the practitioners’ diligent communication. “The whole attitude is much less bureaucratic. The correspondence is clear, concise and focused. All of a sudden it’s much easier to navigate India as a jurisdiction.” Nandan Pendsey heads the IP practice in Mumbai and always tackles trademark issues with a business perspective in mind. Recently, he represented Skechers before the high courts of Delhi and Karnataka. “Reliable, responsive, business minded and creative” Akhilesh Rai is “open to pursuing innovative solutions” and facilitates “relationship building between his team and the client”. Rai’s practice is grounded in “a wealth of experience”.

Chadha & Chadha Intellectual Property Law Firm

“Dedicated, skilled and professional,” Chadha & Chadha has 53 years of experience providing the full range of IP services across the country. Additionally, it has set up dedicated desks for a number of countries throughout Asia to assist with filing and enforcement matters in these jurisdictions. Chetan Chadha, who heads the international practice, and Sonal Madan have been leading several enforcement cases for Prada, successfully protecting its well-known marks. Gopal Trivedi captains the Mumbai practice and guides the team when it comes to handling contentious matters before the Indian courts and IPIndia. Clients speak of how working with Trivedi is an enjoyable experience; he and his team are “responsive, practical counsel who render great advice at equally great prices”.

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

A relatively new player on the field, having been established for only five years, Amarchand Mangaldas’ reputation through foreign associates has already secured it blue-chip clients including the BMW Group and Nintendo. With attorneys stationed at offices in Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Chennai, the team prosecutes and enforces trademarks for a mainly foreign clientele. Rekha Dabas leads the trademark designs prosecution practice, while Ranjan Negi handles major IP transactions such as Heinz’s sale of Heinz India Private Limited, valued at about $625 million.

De Penning & De Penning

De Penning & De Penning opened its doors in 1856, making it the oldest specialised IP law firm in the country. Keeping up to date with the latest technology and innovation, the side uses a comprehensive-in-house database to increase efficiency. Malavika Vikram is a trustworthy senior litigator, with extensive experience in all sorts of contentious matters.

Fidus Law Chambers

A side with “strong leadership and loyal clientele”, Fidus Law Chambers guarantees return business by “ensuring the client’s interests are at the forefront while advising on tough decisions – even if it means avoiding litigation and losing out on billing opportunities”. Along with SanDisk, Google and domestic unicorn Sporta Technologies Pvt Ltd, peers recognise the success of the team, which takes a strategic approach to IP rights protection, solving immediate issues while also looking towards the future: “The firm is doing really well, they produce awesome work.” The enforcement practice enjoys a gold-star reputation for a reason; it boasts a success rate of over 90%. An “excellent litigator”, Shwetasree Majumder leads the group of “professionals who are strategic in outlook and prompt in completing assignments, as well as in reporting any updates”. Tanya Varma sits on INTA’s anti-counterfeiting committee and her practice focuses on all aspects of brand protection and trademark enforcement. Astha Negi, meanwhile, is a member of INTA’s Emerging Issues Committee and oversees prosecution and contentious portfolios for Fortune 500 companies internationally.


Another young firm on the market, boutique Groverlaw has been providing IP and corporate law related consultancy, advisory and litigation services since 2013. Focusing on ensuring quick turnaround for the client, it serves a good mix of local and international enterprises. Dual-qualified lawyer Vikram Grover, admitted in both England and Wales, guides the team as the practice continues to grow. Overseas clients come to him with their most complicated contentious matters, when bulletproof anti-counterfeiting and brand protection strategies are non-negotiable.


General law firm IndusLaw “efficiently guides businesses through the trademark filing process”. Established in 2008, the IP practice has built a solid reputation for itself providing a one-stop shop for clients across a range of industries. The team wins praise for being “pragmatic and clear about the complexities of trademarks”; under its competent guidance, companies “are able to successfully secure trademarks and protect them on an ongoing basis”. “The practitioners are the best. Committed to their work and responsive. With a deep understanding of the issue in question, they give the most suitable advice based on the circumstances. Their suggestions in turn produce good results for the client.”  Aditi Verma Thakur helms the prosecution team with a steady hand.

Inttl Advocare

Established in 1991, Inttl Advocare effectively prosecutes and enforces IP rights throughout India. With a reputation that reaches beyond India’s borders, KIA Motors, Adidas and Nestlé all enlist the help of the IP boutique when it comes to trademark matters. Founded by highly regarded litigator Hemant Singh, the firm’s enforcement and litigation practice sets it apart and earns it a spot in the gold tier. The founder and managing partner has handled more than 2,500 litigations across the country and made significant contributions to its IP community, currently as the president of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property’s India group. Litigation head Mamta Rani Jha’s depth of experience after 18 years in the field allows her to come up with holistic solutions to complex issues. As part of her practice, she represents Fortune 500 companies in all sectors.

Ira Law

Over at Ira Law, 10 attorneys have established and nurtured many “successful long-term working relationships with clients” since its founding in 2018. The firm’s specialisation lies in commercial law with a particular focus on intellectual property. The skilled group of seven partners and three associates from diverse backgrounds come together to form a cohesive team with breadth and depth of knowledge, offering “cost-effective services”. Google India Pvt. Ltd, Infinity Retail Ltd and Brown-Forman Corporation all appear on Ira Law’s client list. “Inspirational” Binny Kalra co-founded the “highly promising, high-quality” practice. Brand owners find her to be “responsive, practical and sensitive to our budget”. Kalra’s approachability and “friendly personality makes it easy to pick up the phone for quick clarification on any issue”. “Binny’s advice is always much appreciated, bearing in mind the client’s current and future needs. She is a pleasure to work with.”

K&S Partners

“Providing an unparalleled level of service in India,” K&S Partners sits comfortably at the top of the prosecution and strategy table. The practice rests upon three decades of experience in the trademarks field and supports leading enterprises worldwide in their IP protection efforts. Readily adopting sophisticated new technologies to improve its services, the side utilises an in-house database and a document management system to increase speed and efficiency. Run as a meritocracy, practitioners who prove their worth are able to quickly advance within the firm, resulting in a high retention rate and quick growth of the practice. In India, K&S Partners has gained a reputation as a “renowned expert in geographical indications”. This is largely attributed to gold-ranked founding member Rajendra Kumar, who balances his responsibilities as chair of the trademark practice with his role as head of litigation. Latha Nair, an expert on geographical indications, advises on all aspects related to trademark prosecution and enforcement. All-rounder Ashish Marbaniang is “always striving for perfection, providing good value for money and enjoyable to work with”.

Khaitan & Co

One of India’s oldest full-service law firms, Khaitan & Co provides “professional, quality services at competitive prices”. Through a “thoroughly connected international network of associates”, it offers IP assistance across the globe. Foreign associates have a high opinion of the side’s IP practice: “They are fantastic to work with – flexible, reliable and offering quick turnaround and comprehensive advice”. Amazon Technologies, Novartis and Tata Group Companies have sought it out for its “strategic and tactical advice” and “customer centric” approach to trademark prosecution and enforcement. The feedback from happy customers speaks to the outfit’s success: “Their service delivery is among the best in India and comparable with leading IP firms across the globe.” “Khaitan are unusual in that they are set up on very modern lines and have a good strength and depth in their team represented by Adheesh Nargolkar, Shailendra Bhandare and Nishad Nadkarni.” Double-qualified practice leader Nargolkar is “fast and responsive” and offers “clear and constructive advice”. Bhandare has been involved in several high-profile transactional and prosecution matters, earning him a reputation as a “wonderful practitioner particularly in the trademarks arena – commercially astute, proactive and knowledgeable”. With 20 years of experience in the field, Nadkarni effortlessly navigates both contentious and non-contentious matters.

Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys

Making its second appearance in WTR 1000, the practice at Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and Attorneys continues to grow, with the trademark team now standing at 40 attorneys. Having represented clients such as Panasonic and Mastercard, the practitioners there possess deep expertise in all aspects of trademarks. Strategist Mohinder Vig takes the lead on prosecution matters while Vinod Khurana heads the litigation team and tackles IP infringement and counterfeiting issues.

Krishna & Saurastri Associates LLP 

With a presence in five commercial hubs across India, full-service IP boutique Krishna & Saurastri Associates LLP’s 150 practitioners offers quality IP protection services and are especially well-known around Mumbai. Sunil Krishna handles trademark prosecution matters, while colleague Manish Saurastri takes care of matters on the enforcement side.

Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan 

Recognised for its patent practice, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan offers a comprehensive range of legal services, including in the area of trademarks. Supported by wide multidisciplinary expertise, the team offers effective IP protection for a diverse clientele. With attorneys spread across its 11 offices throughout India, they represent clients in all major courts and tribunals in the country. Parthasarathy R heads the IP practice.

Lall & Sethi

Founded by renowned practitioners and senior advocates Chander Lall and Sandeep Sethi, boutique outfit Lall & Sethi advises a largely international client base on all things intellectual property. With a hiring process based on meritocracy, the 25-person strong team comprises high-calibre professionals who continually get enlisted by industry-leading brands to protect and enforce their IP rights in the country. The firm utilises an in-house developed IP management software in order to accurately and efficiently process large volumes of work in a timely manner. Together, the three young partners Raghav Malik, Jyotideep Kaur and Tia Malik help clients from industries across the board to navigate all areas of trademarks, from prosecution to anti-counterfeiting.


An IP boutique firm that “consistently offers sound advice and achieves good results”, LexOrbis works out of strategically located offices in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore and is relied on by its mainly foreign clientele. Although in possession of stellar litigation expertise, the customer-focused team is renowned for its finesse and ability to settle matters outside of court to avoid incurring unnecessary additional costs for business owners. The highly qualified trademark lawyers work in industry-specific groups to serve clients from a wide range of sectors. Managing partner Manisha Singh is an acclaimed all-rounder whose interest in technology has pushed the firm to develop modern IP service models based on efficiency. Omesh Puri heads the trademark, design and copyright practice, while experienced enforcer Abhai Pandey resolves IP disputes with aplomb.

Rahul Chaudhry & Partners 

Rahul Chaudhry & Partners has gone through some significant changes in recent years; in 2018, it was taken over by gold-ranked Rahul Chaudhry and changed its name from Lall Lahiri & Salhotra; then in the past 12 months, it extended its service offering beyond trademark work to include non-IP litigation and other legal services. Its “commitment to efficiency and ability to come up with creative solutions” has also earned the firm substantial new work. “Understanding of clients’ needs and goals while always giving prompt suggestions informed by his long experience and many achievements,” Chaudhry is highly regarded among clientele and the IP community alike. Founding partner Anuradha Salhotra contributes valuable expertise in IP litigation, while Veena Poolakal takes the lead on trademark prosecution, both part of a team recognised for its “excellence in both trademark prosecution and enforcement. The practitioners are “extremely organised and thorough and always listen to clients’ needs, never giving generic answers, but rather ones that are thoughtful and tailored to each client”.

Remfry & Sagar

With a well-reputed prosecution practice, Remfry & Sagar defends its spot in the gold tier of the prosecution and strategy table once again. A team of over 40 attorneys “delivers more than clients ask for”, handling about 15% of all inbound work in India and across the Indian sub-continent. Serving a largely foreign clientele, including Fortune 500 companies, its “thorough professionalism and in-depth subject expertise” impresses foreign associates, as do its commitment to upholding “high ethical standards”. Those who have entrusted Remfry & Sagar with work describe their experience as “enjoyable, as they provide timely responses and quality work that addresses our specific requests. This sets them apart from many other firms”. The outfit’s reputation for “consistent reliability, in-depth knowledge and business savviness” has earned it the trust of the Indian government, which enlists the side’s help to encourage start-ups and innovation, and to help form IP policy. Recently, it obtained a record $716,000 in punitive damages for Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation against an infringer in a case in which the Bombay High Court decided to make an example out of the defendant to discourage such activities in the future. Remfry & Sagar also runs a robust corporate practice that is a firm favourite with clients. “Highly capable” Ashwin Julka “successfully runs one of the oldest and largest IP firms in the country” with over two decades of experience, making him an excellent choice for companies seeking bulletproof IP strategies. Leading the trademark and design prosecution practice is co-chair of INTA’s India Global Advisory Council, Samta Mehra. She specialises in international registrations under the Madrid system and protecting non-traditional marks, as well as licensing. GI expert Devika Mehra makes a point of “immediately confirming safe receipt of emails and providing prompt responses. When we as a client revise drafts and comments, we appreciate that she and her team take them into careful consideration.” Litigation practice captain CA Brijesh’s “high degree of business ethics” attracts those looking for an attorney who “understands our product and is reliable in every aspect”, while those in need of anti-counterfeiting advice make a beeline for Gaurav Mukerjee. Professional and dedicated to her clients, V Mohini was recently promoted to partner.

RK Dewan & Co

Possessing “venerable expertise in IP matters”, RK Dewan & Co “offers true value and top-notch services”. Approved for ISO 9001:2015 certification, the IP boutique has maintained a consistently high standard of operation since its establishment 75 years ago. The 65-person strong trademark team manage portfolios and prosecute trademarks in more than 75 countries across the globe, for clients such as Tata Consultancy Services, Hyundai Motor Company, Kate Spade and Billie Eilish. It has also enjoyed great success defending brands in court in infringement matters. A “gentleman who is keen to mentor others”, Mohan Dewan is continuously lauded by clients and foreign associates for his personability and “knowing what it means to get to know a client and its business, knowing the nuances of what is important to them. He does not simply ‘churn papers’; he views matters strategically and offers insight on each particular situation.” “With Dr Dewan, we have that level of trust where we have been always guided by his advice, he is immensely knowledgeable, has vast experience in Indian and international trademark laws and, most importantly, is personally involved in our trademark and IP strategic matters. “Mohan is always available to us irrespective of the seriousness and stake of the matter. He is very polite, proactive, prompt and reliable and serve us at very reasonable fees.” Experienced portfolio manager Disha Dewan is another member of the team “well versed with procedural matters, hands-on with the trademark law and approachable whenever clients have any doubts”.

RNA Technology and IP Attorneys 

“Dedicated, responsible and possessing very good technical legal knowledge,” RNA Technology and IP Attorneys has been protecting the IP rights of an impressive client base of US and EU corporations since being established in 2004. Over the past year, the it has continued to grow its technology practice, which focuses on data privacy, data licensing, trade secrets and cyberspace IP issues. While operating with an international outlook, it do8es not forget to give back to the local community – the team participates in several pro bono projects. Founder and managing partner Ranjan Narula heads the IP consultation practice while also frequently appearing in courts and tribunals for contentious matters. “A clear expert in his field, he is not only knowledgeable but also knows how to explain things in a practical, commercial manner which is easy to follow.” “Highly recommended” Rajiv Suri is another member of a team who “skillfully guides clients through the intricacies of the legal system in India”.

Saikrishna & Associates

Founded in 2001, Saikrishna & Associates has made itself known as a force to be reckoned with in enforcement and litigation, with more than 20 revered IP lawyers deftly handle contentious matters in Indian courts. Managing partner Saikrishna Rajagopal tackles any IP matter with confidence and ease, and has a particular expertise in copyrights. Ameet Datta specialises in technology, media and data privacy.

Sim & San

Family-oriented Sim & San has accumulated 13 years of experience in contentious and non-contentious IP matters. Foreign and domestic clients approach the Delhi-based trademark team, supported by an international office in Dubai, with both prosecution and enforcement work. Much of the firm’s success can be attributed to the efforts of founder and managing partner Sangeeta Goel who has turned it from an IP-focused to a full-service practice. During her three decade-spanning career, she has worked with world-renowned brands on trademark prosecution matters. Mohit Goel is the go-to person for dispute resolution.

Singh & Singh

With a litigation practice that is acclaimed both locally and internationally, Singh and Singh can frequently be seen representing multinationals before India’s high courts. The prosecution practice, which offers excellent value for money, deserves a mention too. The firm has been involved in several landmark cases related to the protection of slogans, packaging, well-known marks and more. A recognised trademark expert with a background in software development and engineering, Sudeep Chatterjee works on anti-counterfeiting matters and protects global corporations against infringers.

SS Rana & Co 

Having recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, SS Rana & Co boasts six offices across the country, as well as a busy trademark practice  - in 2019 it handled over 1,000 applications globally, in addition to more than 400 opposition proceedings in India. Playing an active role in tackling the issue of counterfeiting, it also conducted over 57 raids that year. The team consists of over 50 professionals from diverse academic backgrounds and displays in-depth knowledge across a wide range of industries. Its ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 accreditations speak to its high standards for efficiency and information security. Founding partner Vikrant Rana has experience litigating in courts all over the country. He is also committed to increasing awareness of the importance of intellectual property by frequently working with various government departments and participating as a speaker and panellist in seminars and conferences.

WS Kane & Co

One of the oldest specialised IP outfits in India, “quality firm” WS Kane & Co handles complex IP litigation cases with ease thanks to Himanshu Kane. A “leading name synonymous with disputes in Mumbai circles”, Kane’s expert guidance has brought the firm to the top of the enforcement and litigation table for the second year in a row. Key words that clients use to define its service are “trust” and “integrity”. Lawyers there “always works with the best interest of the client at top of mind” while bringing valuable expertise to the table. “All partners are subject matter experts and adept at IP and corporate law litigations. The quality of advice is outstanding, so is their 360-degree view of the matter and holistic advice with attention to detail. The partners have a track record of securing successful outcomes in enforcement matters, and doing all of the above without compromising on their values.”

ZeusIP Advocates

ZeusIP runs an integrated practice where the IP group is woven into with other practice areas such as business transactions and tax, allowing for a one-stop, comprehensive legal services. The firm’s litigation practice has grown to incorporate every area of law, with around 30 practitioners prosecuting trademarks globally for Indian and foreign enterprises. Fortune 500 companies and small-scale start-ups enjoy the benefits of the firm’s “legal expertise and commercial awareness”. The group of “extremely responsive and proactive” professionals is led by managing partner Gunjan Paharia, an IP guru with nearly two decades of experience and a “strong work ethic”. Clients feel “very well looked after by the team, which on a personal level are a pleasure to work with”.

Other recommended experts

Neel Mason from Mason & Associates runs a litigation practice which extends into the area of copyrights. Xerxes Ranina at Neolegal Associates offers her clients commercially sound trademark advice. Previously head of the enforcement and criminal litigation team at K&S Partners, Priya Rao left the firm in late 2020 to found Priya Rao & Associates. At Royzz & Co, founder Mahua Roy Chowdhury displays “expertise in handling all types of matter” with “confidence and proactiveness”. Over at Sushant M Singh & Associates, Sushant Singh is committed to defending clients’ IP rights in court. Experienced litigator Amarjit Singh Monga is the founder of the eponymous firm Amarjit & Associates.

Individuals: enforcement and litigation

  • Pravin Anand - Anand and Anand 
  • Himanshu Kane - WS Kane & Co
  • Shwetasree Majumder - Fidus Law Chambers
  • Saikrishna Rajagopal - Saikrishna & Associates
  • Hemant Singh - Inttl Advocare
  • Sudeep Chatterjee - Singh & Singh
  • Mohan Dewan - RK Dewan & Co
  • Ranjan Narula - RNA Technology and IP Attorneys 
  • Akhilesh Rai - AZB & Partners
  • Ajay Sahni - Ajay Sahni & Associates
  • Anuradha Salhotra - Rahul Chaudhry & Partners
  • Amarjit Singh Monga - Amarjit & Associates
  • CA Brijesh - Remfry & Sagar
  • Ameet Datta - Saikrishna & Associates
  • Sheja Ehtesham - ALG India Law Offices LLP
  • Mohit Goel - Sim & San
  • Vikram Grover - Groverlaw
  • Raghav Malik - Lall & Sethi
  • Tia Malik - Lall & Sethi
  • Ashish Marbaniang - K&S Partners
  • Neel Mason - Mason & Associates
  • Gaurav Mukerjee - Remfry & Sagar
  • Nishad Nadkarni - Khaitan & Co
  • Abhai Pandey - LexOrbis 
  • Nandan Pendsey - AZB & Partners
  • Vikrant Rana - SS Rana & Co
  • Mamta Rani Jha - Inttl Advocare
  • Priya Rao - Priya Rao & Associates
  • Mahua Roy Chowdhury - Royzz & Co 
  • Manish Saurastri - Krishna & Saurastri Associates LLP 
  • Manisha Singh - LexOrbis 
  • Sushant Singh - Sushant M Singh & Associates
  • Gopal Trivedi - Chadha & Chadha Intellectual Property Law Firm
  • Tanya Varma - Fidus Law Chambers

Individuals: prosecution and strategy

  • Safir Anand - Anand and Anand 
  • Rahul Chaudhry - Rahul Chaudhry & Partners
  • Mohan Dewan - RK Dewan & Co
  • Ashwin Julka - Remfry & Sagar
  • Rajendra Kumar - K&S Partners
  • Chetan Chadha - Chadha & Chadha Intellectual Property Law Firm
  • Sanjay Chhabra - Archer & Angel
  • Vikram Grover - Groverlaw
  • Binny Kalra - Ira Law
  • Sonal Madan - Chadha & Chadha, Intellectual Property Law Firm
  • Ashish Marbaniang - K&S Partners
  • Samta Mehra - Remfry & Sagar
  • Latha Nair - K&S Partners
  • Ranjan Narula - RNA Technology and IP Attorneys
  • Gunjan Paharia - ZeusIP Advocates
  • Akhilesh Rai - AZB & Partners
  • Vikrant Rana - SS Rana & Co
  • Manisha Singh - LexOrbis 
  • Shailendra Bhandare - Khaitan & Co
  • Rekha Dabas - Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
  • Srijoy Das - G&W Legal
  • Disha Dewan - RK Dewan & Co
  • Sangeeta Goel - Sim & San
  • Jyoti Kaur - Lall & Sethi
  • Sunil B Krishna - Krishna & Saurastri Associates LLP
  • Devika Mehra - Remfry & Sagar
  • Adheesh Nargolkar - Khaitan & Co
  • Astha Negi - Fidus Law Chambers
  • Ranjan Negi - Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
  • Nandan Pendsey - AZB & Partners
  • Veena Poolakal - Rahul Chaudhry & Partners
  • Xerxes Ranina - Neolegal Associates
  • Mahua Roy Chowdhury - Royzz & Co 
  • Preetika Singh - Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys
  • Rajiv Suri - RNA Technology and IP Attorneys
  • Aditi Verma Thakur - IndusLaw
  • Malavika Vikram - De Penning & De Penning

Individuals: transactions

  • Shailendra Bhandare - Khaitan & Co
  • Sanjay Chhabra - Archer & Angel
  • Ranjan Negi - Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
  • Nandan Pendsey - AZB & Partners
  • Omesh Puri - LexOrbis 
  • Akhilesh Rai - AZB & Partners
  • Rajiv Suri - RNA Technology and IP Attorneys