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LexOrbis is one of India’s most recommended and highly rated full-service IP firms. The firm has three offices in New Delhi, Bengaluru and Mumbai, strategically positioned to offer a far-reaching service to both the domestic and international companies.

The epidemic of fake branded masks

By Manisha Singh and Simran Bhullar, LexOrbis

Stricter approach to similarity in pharma trademark cases

By Omesh Puri and Ruchi Sarin, LexOrbis

No copyright protection implied for film sequels

By Manisha Singh and Gautam Kumar, LexOrbis

Fighting piracy: A usual day at work for software giants

By Manisha Singh and Simran Bhullar, LexOrbis

Recommended drafting practises for FFL disclosure

By Piyush Sharma and Joginder Singh, LexOrbis

Amending use claims in trademark cases

By Omesh Puri and Ruchi Sarin, LexOrbis

Pursuing additional content after a patent application

By Joginder Singh and Piyush Sharma, LexOrbis

Brands adopt stronger enforcement strategies

By Manisha Singh and Keya Joshi, LexOrbis

Compensating delay in granting of patents

By Piyush Sharma and Joginder Singh, LexOrbis

FFL requirement for newly added subject matter

By Piyush Sharma, LexOrbis

Bevatas is distinct from Bevetex, rules Delhi HC

By Omesh Puri and Keya Joshi, LexOrbis

Are copyright infringement offences cognizable or not?

By Akanksha Kar, LexOrbis

Patent processes: Who carries burden of proof?

By Swati Gupta, LexOrbis

Rights ignored in optimising trademark processes

By Ruchi Sarin and Keya Joshi, LexOrbis

Patents of addition lack examination procedures

By Preeti Sharma, LexOrbis

Growing role of declaration of non-infringement

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis

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Indian Law Firm Awards 2020

In this difficult and dynamic environment, India Business Law Journal’s editorial team was once again tasked with selecting the winners of the Indian Law Firm Awards. Our decisions are based on thousands of nominations and endorsements received from in-house counsel, other senior corporate executives and legal professionals around the world, as well as hundreds of submissions from Indian law firms

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The International A-List 2020

Of the hundreds of lawyers around the world who claim to be India experts, which ones are leading the field? To find out, India Business Law Journal sought answers from a large number of professionals, mainly experienced lawyers at Indian law firms and India-focused in-house counsel around the world.

Correspondents

Stricter approach to similarity in pharma trademark cases

By Omesh Puri and Ruchi Sarin, LexOrbis
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Expanding Indian manufacturing in EU, US

By Gautam Khurana, India Law Offices
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Much needed alignment for housing finance companies

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal

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Greener pastures

What is the best way for a law firm to manage the exit of a star partner? Six senior lawyers share their views

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Evolving doors

A reluctance to opt for litigation during the pandemic has seen new opportunities for arbitrators and other alternative dispute resolution practitioners

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Enforcements add a new dimension to M&A

Acquisitions through enforcement of pledged shares have become a feasible route, with courts playing a supportive role

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New era for justice delivery

Despite the flaws, the advantages of virtual courts mean they should continue even after the pandemic has abated

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Left without remedy

Creditors are in need of a credible mechanism for the resolution of covid-19-related distress until the suspension of the corporate insolvency resolution process is in place

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The courts fight back

In a very short span of time India’s courts have adapted to working during the pandemic, and the lessons learned during this time will be used to increase efficiency and productivity of the judicial system