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100+ years of consolidated experience

Our team of lawyers bring to the firm a consolidated experience of 100 years in various areas of law from intellectual property laws to maritime laws.

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Wide range of practice areas in law

We are a full-service law firm covering all major areas of law and provide personalized efficient case management for clients

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Highest success ratio for cases

Our methodical and diligent approach towards cases and briefs have significantly increase the success ratio

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Business Contracts and Agreements

We draft complex business agreements and contracts that stand the test of law

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Patents and Designs

Our attorneys with a strong engineering and technology background can provide you most economically and legally efficient means of protection to your inventions

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The Concept of Trademark Dilution in India

Trademark dilution is a legal concept that refers to the weakening or lessening of the distinctiveness of a trademark. In India, the concept of trademark dilution is covered under the Trademarks Act, 1999 and the Indian courts have recognized the importance of protecting famous trademarks from dilution. Trademark dilution can occur in a number of…

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Madras HC denies DMK’s plea to distributing essentials without prior permission from TN Govt.

Madras High Court

Amid the Corona situation, the Tamil Nadu State Government has warned NGOs, private organisations and individuals against the distribution of essentials to the needy. At first sight, the TN Govt’s stance may seem displaced given the duress and distress people are undergoing amid the lockdown, but the reasoning behind the restriction imposed is to keep…

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Weaker Trademark! Are you stuck with a descriptive name?

A trademark that is descriptive of its goods and/or services cannot be trademarked as per Section 9 of the Trademarks Act, 1999. In the old trademark act, i.e., Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958, which is fully replaced by the current 1999 Act, had allowed descriptive marks in Part B of the register. In Section 9…

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“Why this Kolaveri” fight?

The title of any creative work such as books, songs, movies, creates an impression in the minds of the users.  So, it is crucial to have a good name free of any encumbrances for creative works so that they can be promoted freely without any legal tangles. Limitations in Copyright Musical works and sound recordings…

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