Ms Taarika Pillai > Obhan & Associates > New Delhi, India > Lawyer Profile
Obhan & Associates Offices
N-94, Second Floor
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Ms Taarika Pillai
Partner; Trademarks & Copyrights
Taarika Pillai is an Intellectual Property lawyer, with Diplomas in Corporate Law and Media and
Entertainment Law. She specializes in trademark prosecution, portfolio management and IP Due
Diligence. She is responsible for providing strategic consultation to clients to safeguard their
work under Trademark and Copyright Laws. She also has a comprehensive understanding of
Copyright law encompassing authorship works, software, websites, musical works etc.
She advises clients on strengthening their trademark portfolios, via civil and administrative
remedies, thus providing viable qualitative advice on litigation and opposition proceedings within
Taarika also has extensive experience in drafting reviewing and negotiating
assignment and licensing transactions. She is well versed with Customs laws and border
enforcement laws in India.
With her extensive experience, Taarika is also responsible for training and mentoring attorneys
as well as paralegals within the firm on various aspects of trademark and copyright laws.
English & Hindi
Lawyer Rankings(Rising stars)
The tech and chemicals sectors are notable strengths of IP boutique Obhan & Associates, a practice admired by clients as ‘very prompt and approachable‘. Managing partner Essenese Obhan is a patent attorney and brings to bear mechanical engineering expertise in the chemical, pharmaceutical, software, telecommunication and agricultural sectors, and has experience in several high stakes IP licensing and litigation matters in India. Aparna Kareer handles all aspects of patent work, both advisory and litigious, and Charul Yadav advises on commercially-focused patent matters in the life sciences space. For trademark litigation and prosecution, Taarika Pillai is the main contact to note.
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