“From a practitioner’s point of view, IPR practice is all about acquisition of rights, its maintenance and enforcement as per the statutory mechanism.” Says Veena Poolakal, Partner, Lall Lahiri & Salhotra *An Excerpt from a piece in SuperLawyers
“Civil Services involve law interpretation and implementation, public administration and management, which law students imbibe in their five-year long erudition.” Says Shatarupa Mishra, Indian Revenue Service Officer, on preparing for Civil Service Examination *An Excerpt from a piece in SuperLawyers
“While standing in their client’s shoes an IP attorney needs to have a perspective of subjects including accounting, statistics, finance, marketing, and advertising. ” Says M.S. Bharath, Senior Partner, Anand and Anand *An Excerpt from a piece in SuperLawyers
“I have got a rule of professional conduct that no lawyer should choose to defend a client on the ground that other people believe him to be innocent, or that you don’t believe him to be innocent, or that the defense will bring you unpopularity.”
“You really need to read a lot, without reading this profession is nothing.” Says Mr. Chetan Anand, Advocate Delhi High Court.
“During the drafting process, one must always keep in mind to stay within the four corners of Contract Act and such other laws applicable to the subject matter of the contract i.e. Companies Act or FEMA, Transfer of Property Act etc. ” Says Says Prashant Ramdas,
“To succeed in any field, the only thing that helps is to focus on your area of interest” Says Prashant Ramdas, AVP-Legal, ENIL (Times Group) on practising Media Law as an in-house Counsel *An Excerpt from a piece in SuperLawyers
“The first and foremost being that a lawyer must have the patience to listen to his client and gather the necessary information that will help him or her understand what the client wants. Another skill that I think is important is guiding the client properly.
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“Grades are important but your successful career does not depend on grades.” Says Kanisshka Tyagi, Partner, Legum Amicuss *An Excerpt from a piece in SuperLawyers