Any individual that uses another person’s intellectual property (IP), trademark or copyright, without the permission of the IP holder is liable for copyright or trademark theft.

Crucial legislative instruments such as the Copyright Act, 1957 and the Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958 codify multiple important definitions and lay down relevant penalties and remedies for infringement of IP.

Intellectual property cases are diverse and often complicated. The nature of products or assets protected often vary and so does their regulation. Often deep technical knowledge is needed to fully understand the capacity and scope of intellectual property rights on an asset.

We have a team of attorneys with relevant experience in intellectual property law who will help you avail your remedies in case of IP infringement. Our extensive knowledge of Indian IP law and relevant technical knowledge in multiple fields of assets will ensure you get a solid case for your prosecution.