Surendra joined the Firm in 2012 fresh out of law school. His practice focuses on patent prosecution, patent advisory, counseling, patent analytics, and patent drafting. He has represented clients in different technological areas including information technology, telecommunications, mechanical engineering, renewable energy and metallurgy. He also advises startups in securing patent protection. He is licensed to practice before the courts and the Indian Patent Office – regularly representing clients in hearings before the latter.
Keenly tracking developments in IP law, he is a helpful colleague to have around if you want a quick update on the latest news and developments.
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Computer Science), LL.B. (Honours in IPR)
Reading books (non fiction), cooking, spending time with family and friends is what Surendra likes to do when he is not wearing his lawyer’s hat.
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