Singh & Singh Lall & Sethi

D - 17
South Extension – II
New Delhi - 110 049

Website
www.indiaip.com/
The firms 'Singh and Singh Law Firm LLP' & 'Lall & Sethi Advocate' have merged to form an IP Power House - "Singh & Singh Lall & Sethi" (SSL&S). Both law firms have a strong presence and individual standing, and their combined unique strengths make the merged entity an undisputed leader in the field of IP. The merger has brought two strong IP firms together to create perfect synergy with specialist IP practitioners and litigators in different fields of intellectual property law. SSL&S will serve as a one stop solution for IP, Telecom & Competition related issues with a wide bandwidth to handle large portfolios and litigation across all areas. The merged entity will not only represent a large volume of Patent and Trademark litigation cases in India, but also provide unrivaled IP services, including but not limited to domestic and international filing and prosecution.

SSL&S, a 100 member firm headed by Senior Partner Mr. Chander M. Lall, is passionately dedicated to the IP laws with its core expertise in IP Litigation, Portfolio Management Services, Online IP searching and analysis, IP transactional services and in-house investigations. The Firm also handles peripheral work arising out of IP & Telecom, Arbitration & Regulatory Practice and Sports Laws.

SSL&S ensures that our attorneys and staff are trained with best practices followed across the globe and understand and respect client needs. SSL&S uses, an in-house developed exclusive and exhaustive software for managing complete IP portfolios. The software is designed to run a worldwide filing program. The software provides an integrated platform of record keeping and communication between 3 essential participants, i.e. the client, the local filing agent and the coordinating law firm.

With its head office in New Delhi (India), the Firm has branch offices in Colombo (Sri Lanka) and Kathmandu (Nepal) and works through associate offices in other parts of the region including Lahore and Karachi (Pakistan), Thimpu (Bhutan), Dhaka (Bangladesh), Male (Maldives) and Yangon (Myanmar).