Tanmay has been with the Firm for nearly a decade and advises clients on trademark portfolio development and maintenance strategies. His practice includes prosecution of marks, in India and overseas – this encompasses filing, attending to examination reports, and arguing before the Trade Marks Office for acceptance of applications and other issues associated with the registration of marks.
He has also conducted several brand auditing and due diligence projects. He helps in developing content on trending trademark issues and his wide ranging expertise enables him to make valuable contributions on matters of trademark policy. Tanmay is registered as a facilitator with the Trade Marks Office for the Government of India’s Start-Up India campaign.
He has represented the Firm at several conferences, domestically and internationally, including the INTA and APAA Annual Meetings. Also, his insights are often shared by making presentations before different audiences.
BA. LL.B (Honours); LL.M. (IPR)
Tanmay has played football, tennis and cricket at the state and national level and he looks to spend his leisure time honing his sporting skills. Besides his fascination for biking, he loves to go on high altitude treks and ‘raiding’ the Himalayas!
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