Intellectual Property, Anti-Counterfeiting and Technology Laws
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Intellectual Property (IP) is a legal concept that includes copyright, trademark, patents, and related rights. Under Intellectual Property Law (IPL), the holder of these abstract “Properties” has certain exclusive rights to the creative work, commercial symbol, or invention which is covered by it. As the Indian economy is rapidly going global with domestic firms spreading their wings internationally, and many international firms and brands entering India, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is increasingly gaining significance in the Courts of India.
SNG has an established practice in protecting the rights of a brand, company, consumer, and the trade. The Firm has represented several multinationals as well as domestic companies and brands in safeguarding their intellectual property in various modes and formats. SNG’s expertise includes advice on registration of Trademarks, Brands, Licensing, Assignments, Prosecution and Litigation, including Opposition, Rectification, and Passing Off and Infringement matters (both civil as well as criminal), before High Courts and the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB). The Firm also carries out Due Diligence and complete management of the trademark and brand of their registered proprietors.
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