Anamika’s association with the Firm goes back to the year 2008. Her main area of focus is trademark prosecution, and her long experience at Remfry & Sagar has equipped her with the knowledge of and insight into wide ranging issues that can arise whilst protecting, registering and maintaining trademarks in India.
She provides IP support and advice to varied domestic as well as international clients across a range of industries such as automobile, electronics, fashion, retail, cosmetics, entertainment and media, pharmaceutical, food and beverages, hotel, telecom, thus assisting them in the global management of their trademarks assets. In this capacity, she also attends hearings before the Trade Marks Office.
To augment her skills, Anamika has attended many training programmes and conferences including a two week ‘Training Course for Practitioners Specialising in Trademarks’ held in Tokyo, Japan that was organised by the Japan Patent Office (JPO).
Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, LL.B.
In her spare time, Anamika practices yoga and learns various forms of dance – her favorites are rock and roll and salsa. She is an avid traveler with interests in adventure sports – so far, sky diving has been the most fun filled, frightening and life-changing experience for her!
‘Rising Star’ – Managing Intellectual Property magazine: IP STARS 2019
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