Snehal has been with the Firm since 2006 and focuses her practice on trademark prosecution. She has significant expertise in clearance of new brands, advising clients on adoption, use and registration of trademarks and service marks and ensuring their protection and maintenance, in India and a 100 other jurisdictions worldwide. Her work involves the filing of marks, preparing replies to office actions, handling assignments and other changes in title and ensuring timely renewal of rights. In this connection, she has also appeared and argued successfully before the Trade Marks Office on numerous occasions. Snehal also has extensive experience in filing and conducting trademark opposition and cancellation proceedings.
Snehal is an active contributor towards initiatives of the Firm and has attended several IP conferences including the INTA Annual Meeting and FICPI forums. She has also participated in a two week ‘Training Course for Practitioners Specialising in Trademarks’ held in Tokyo, Japan that was organised by the Japan Patent Office (JPO).
Trademarks; International Practice
Bachelor’s degree in Socio Legal Sciences, LL.B., Diploma in Corporate Laws, IPR and Human Rights
Snehal enjoys traveling, music and movies. She actively volunteers at a children’s club and loves to immerse herself in dance, drama and other festive celebrations.
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