His expertise extends to the handling of TRIPS related issues, protection of copyright in the digital context, domain name disputes and intellectual property aspects of the entertainment industry and the Internet.
Rajendra regularly appears before the Trade Marks Office, Intellectual Property Appellate Board and various District and High Courts as well as the Supreme Court of India.
He has assisted the Government of India in putting together the first draft of the Indian statute on geographical indications and has been involved in the protection of some well-known geographical indications such as Darjeeling, Basmati, Champagne, Cognac and Scotch Whisky.
Author of several articles, Rajendra is also a prominent speaker at various national and international fora.
Prior to joining the firm, Rajendra worked as a trade mark attorney in a prominent IPR firm in New Delhi.
Achievements and Honours
• Served on the International Trademark Association (INTA) Sub-Committee on Geographical Indications for the period 2006-2008
• Bar Council of Delhi,
• International Trademark Association (INTA)
• ITechlaw Association
• International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI)
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