We are pleased to share that members of Mehta & Mehta Associates (MehtaIP) – Ankush Mehta and Abhilasha Niroola have been named in the 2021 edition of WIPR Leaders. Profiling the leading IP practitioners from around the world, WIPR Leaders consists of a directory of entrants. All Leaders were chosen after a four month nomination process, in which WIPR sought views from 12,000 IP professionals.Continue reading “Announcement – Recognition by ‘WIPR Leaders 2021’!”
The President of India has promulgated the Tribunals Reforms (Rationalisation and Conditions of Service) Ordinance, 2021 on 04 April 2021 (“Ordinance”). The Ordinance has been brought to effect immediately.
In the context of Intellectual Property Laws, the present Ordinance has omitted references to “the Appellate Board” and substituted the same with the words “High Court” as applicable under the following statues:Continue reading “With the Tribunal Reforms Ordinance of 2021, Appellate Boards for IP matters have been replaced by High Court”
Diversity and inclusion can be a challenge to get right but the benefits can be felt across organizations. International Trademark Association (INTA) & World IP Review (WIPR) spoke to members of IP fraternity including those at the start of their diversity journey, as well as those who have paved a path for others to follow. The Indian perspective was given by Hon’ble Justice Prathiba M. Singh of Delhi High Court and Abhilasha Niroola of Mehta & Mehta Associates (MehtaIP). You may continue to read what they and other Diversity Champions had to say:Continue reading “Diversity Champions: Walking the Walk”