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IP boutique Inttl Advocare seeks 4-6 years PQE litigation lawyer in Mumbai

Inttl Advocare (www.inttladvocare.com) a boutique IP law firm based in New Delhi, NOIDA and Mumbai, seeks a lawyer with between 4 to 6 years of experience in its Mumbai office.

Inttl Advocare was founded by Mr. Hemant Singh, a leading IPR Litigation lawyer in India who has been practicing in the field of IPR since 1984 and has handled over 1700 IP litigation cases till date on Trademarks, Copyright, Industrial Designs and Patents.

Designation: Associate / Senior Associate - Litigation

Location: Nariman Point, Mumbai

Candidates’ required post-qualification experience (PQE) level in years: 4-6 years PQE.

Practice area specialisation: Expert in IP litigation practice & drafting skills, Court procedures & filings.

Remuneration: Attractive and will be commensurate with experience

Job description:

To independently draft, finalize, settle and file plaints, NM, Counters and Affidavits with various judicial forums and where required appear and effectively argue on IP matters before the High Courts / Dist. Courts/ IPAT etc. To help identify, engage and brief counsels / senior counsels when required.

Candidate requirements:

Graduate in Law (preferably 5 year course) from reputed colleges / universities. Diploma / specialized course in IP laws will be an added advantage.

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