Remfry & Sagar Team Member

Aditya Mahadevia

Senior Associate

Aditya graduated in 2016 and thereafter pursued a Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property Law from the Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York. He interned at the International Institute of Conflict Prevention & Resolution, New York, a sister concern of the American Arbitration Association, where he gained experience in dispute resolution methods employed in varied legal domains. He started his practise in India in 2019 before the High Court of Bombay and Gujarat in respect of trademark and copyright infringement, unfair competition and design infringement matters. Trademark and design prosecution and trademark opposition were other areas of focus.
He joined the Mumbai office of Remfry & Sagar in 2022. He assists clients in contentious matters involving trademark, copyright and design law violations and represents them before the High Court of Bombay. He actively works on civil enforcement actions before various courts/tribunals and has considerable expertise in executing civil / criminal raid operations in India.

Practice Areas

IP Litigation


B.Com LL.B. (Hons.); LLM in Intellectual Property Law


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