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Delhi IP firm LexOrbis opens in Bangalore

Delhi-based IP boutique LexOrbis has set up an office in Bangalore, which will start functioning from 10 April under its partner Manisha Singh.

The office, in Bangalore’s Whitefields, will cater to local clients including start-ups in hi-tech areas, mid-sized companies, public-funded research institutions and development centers of leading multi-national corporations, according to a press release from the firm.

“Our experience shows a lot of pent up demand for quality IP work here, delivered at an exceptional value,” commented Singh in the press release.

“Firm's strong technology focused practice allows us to seamlessly work with start-ups, innovative tech firms and MNCs, making Bangalore a natural choice for our second office. Our goal has always been to be where our clients need us, and this year we are aiming to do just that,” she added.

LexOrbis managing partner Manoj Pillai said in the release: “We are very excited about our expansion into the Bangalore market. Our new office is designed and fully equipped for the future expansion of our practice in South India.”

The firm has eight salaried partners four of whom were made up last year.

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Like +2 Object -0 Guest 01 Apr 15, 16:55
Great start for Lex Orbis
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