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Ranjan Narula- INTA’s newest board member

We are proud to say that Ranjan Narula, Managing Partner is now a part of the INTA’s newest board members. Ranjan hopes to bring his “perspective on the cultural and emerging market issues that could be quite different to more developed economies”. With his presence on the board, Ranjan believes he can help INTA members…

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Tech and IP: Turning ideas into impact – A Perspective on Technology Transfer, IP Commercialization, IP Valuation and Industry Academia Collaboration

Our Partner, Rachna Bakhru was recently part of Panel Discussion at the conference- Tech and IP: Turning ideas into impact – A Perspective on Technology Transfer, IP Commercialization, IP Valuation and Industry Academia Collaboration”. The conference was organized by UKIPO (Intellectual Property Office of the United Kingdom) at The Lalit Hotel, Hall Regal, New Delhi….

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RNA supported IPBC India 2019 event at JW Marriott Hotel, Bengaluru

RNA supported IPBC India 2019 event at JW Marriott Hotel, Bengaluru. The event was attended by Our Managing Partner, Ranjan Narula and Managing Associate, Suvarna Pandey. This event attracted an exceptional industry-led audience of senior executives from major IP owning regional and international corporates and key figures from the research and governmental communities. Ranjan Narula…

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The digital revolution and the future of India’s financial service brands

India is one of the most vibrant global economies thanks to its robust banking and insurance sectors. The country’s financial sector is undergoing rapid expansion, not only for existing businesses but also for new entities entering the market. The government has introduced several reforms to liberalise and regulate the financial sector, which comprises commercial banks,…

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Court holds owner of Trademarks are not expected to pursue every Infringer

Nizam, the title of ruler of Hyderabad in 18th century is known to Delhites as a restaurant chain that sells kebab rolls. The restaurant chain NIZAM’S is seeking to restrain its former franchisee from using the mark ‘New Nizam’s Kababs and Biryani’. The Plaintiffs, Rajesh Chugh and ors (Rajesh) filed suit against the Defendants, Chhavi…