A comprehensive, Intellectual Property (IP) strategy can make all the difference to the success of your business. Chamber of Advocates specializes in the practice of IP law. Our Firm has developed a strong skill base in managing, preserving, and protecting intellectual property and prosecuting for its clients on a multitude of issues including: Drafting and prosecution of Patents including research on prior art, Registration and opposition of Trade Marks, Registration and enforcement of Copyrights , Registration of Designs, Registration and opposition under Geographical Indications Act , IP prosecution, Protection and preservation of IP in technology transfer agreements and, Development agreements for licensing and development of software Proliferation.

Besides drafting and vetting of various intellectual property agreements, Chamber of Advocates advises in relation to intellectual property infringement and enforcement action. We assists the clients in negotiating complex IP issues associated with complex commercial transactions and M&A deals. We advises and assists with respect to worldwide domain name registration and disputes resolution and infringement issues associated with IP over the internet.

The IP Team implements a structured process for conducting due diligence that involves a detailed review and documentation of intellectual property. In doing so, the team helps clients evaluate their risks, liabilities, and opportunities involved with their intellectual property. Opinions and Documentation the team provides both Indian and international clients with legal opinions on complex intellectual property issues arising from emerging technologies. Furthermore, the IP Team drafts and reviews a diverse range of intellectual property and technology agreements to meet the specific needs of wide-ranging industries in India and abroad.

We undertake top bracket, high-end complex IP work, and serve to address the entire range from global project management registrations and searches, IP litigation including patent litigation, pre-grant and post-grant opposition, complex IP transactions such as licensing, joint developments and collaborations.