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Singh and Singh Law Firm LLP is an Indian law firm with years of experience in providing services inter alia in the field of Intellectual Property Law, Media and Telecommunications Laws, Arbitration, Competition Law, Law of Taxation, Drugs Regulatory Laws. With a highly qualified and experienced team of legal professionals, the firm is able to identify the core of a client's issues to provide suitable solutions.

Singh and Singh was founded by Mr. Maninder Singh, Senior Advocate (Currently Additional Solicitor General of India) and Mrs. Prathiba M. Singh. Mr. Maninder Singh, was designated as Senior Advocate in the year 2008 and had since retired from Singh and Singh. In the year 2012, Singh and Singh was converted into LLP with 5 partners, however, upon designation of Mrs. Prathiba M. Singh as Senior Advocate in December, 2012, the LLP was reduced to 4 partners. Since then, the Firm is running as a professionally managed firm and currently has 5 partners and 3 associate partners each an expert in their respective practice area. The firm further has over 40 attorneys and patent agents.

The expertise and experience brought in by the Founding Partners, coupled with their desire to create a youthful and energetic law firm, has inspired the aggregation of a dynamic team of lawyers and professionals within the firm, who continues to operate and advance the legacy of Singh and Singh. Highly experienced and qualified individuals make up the respective teams at the firm who have a rich experience in handling intricate and crucial matters. The Firm has rich experience in Litigation, Advisory, Regulatory, Prosecution and Enforcement.

The Firm has grown over the years, to become one of India’s leading Law Firms in the field of Intellectual Property litigation, Information Technology, TMT and related aspects, as also technology, Media and Telecommunication Laws and has been awarded both, individually and as a firm, in the past years. The firm has been ranked in top tiers by various international and national publication.

In the year 2018, the awards received by the firm include "TMT Law Firm of the Year" at Legal Era Awards, "Firm of the Year 2018 - Trademark Contentious" by Managing IP Asia Awards. Bitika Sharma, Sudeep Chatterjee & Saya Choudhary were awarded as “IPStar" by Managing IP. Also, Bitika Sharma & Saya Choudhary were awarded “Rising Star Under 40” at Legal Era Awards, and Sudeep Chatterjee has received “Clients Choice” for Copyright. Apart for these awards, the firm has achieved Tier 1 for “Contentious – Patent & Trademark” and Tier 3 for “Trademark Prosecution”, respectively by Managing IP. AsiaIP has as well ranked the firm as Tier 1 for “Contentious – Copyright”. WTR100 has ranked the firm in the 'Silver' category for “Trademark Enforcement & Litigation”. Chambers & Partners has ranked Sudeep Chatterjee as Band 3 for IP Litigation and WIPR has ranked him as Trademark Leader consecutively for the last 4 years.

In 2017, the firm was conferred with several prestigious awards, which include "Litigation Law Firm of the Year" and "Litigation Law Firm of the Year" at the LegalEra Awards as well as "Winner-Patents" by at AsiaIP. In 2017, the firm had been ranked as Tier 1 for “Contentious – Patent, Trademark & Copyright” and Tier 3 for “Trademark Prosecution” by ManagingIP. Chambers & Partners had ranked the firm as Band 1 for Intellectual Property. The firm had also been awarded “Indian Law Firm Awards” and “Deals of the year 2016” by India Business Law Journal. The firm was also ranked in the 'Gold' category for “Trademark Enforcement & Litigation – India” by WTR1000.

Furthermore, the firm had been awarded "IT & TMT Law Firm of the Year (New Delhi)" at the LegalEra Awards 2015. Also, in 2015, Sudeep Chatterjee & Tejveer Bhatia had been recognized as “Rising Stars” at Legal Era Awards.

  • Number of lawyers: 40
  • Languages
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Member
  • INTA
  • APAA

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