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R. K. Dewan & Co. Offices
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R. K. Dewan & Co. > The Legal 500 Rankings
Intellectual property Tier 1
R. K. Dewan & Co. offers one of India’s most comprehensive IP teams with expertise in every facet of IP law. Professionals such as firm principle Mohan Dewan, Nirbhay Bhardwaj and Disha Dewan are go-to names for patent and trade mark infringement litigation throughout every level of judicial fora. Of particular note is the firm’s commitment to handling entire IP portfolios (including copyright and plant varieties) for domestic clients and enforcing their assets across global jurisdictions. Niti Dewan and Dinesh Nair also assist significant international clients with their IP strategy upon entering the Indian market.
Mohan Dewan; Niti Dewan; Disha Dewan; Nirbhay Bhardwaj; Dinesh Nair
‘Approachable and responsive, have a “can-do” attitude’
‘Mohan and Niti Dewan passionate about their firm and work. Disha Dewan brings a fresh, up to date outlook’
Emerson Climate Technologies
Jatin Thakkar (Gelnova Laboratories)
Freudenberg Gala Household
The Hyundai Motor Company
Shree Krishna International
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