Anand and Anand


First Channel Building
Plot No. 17 A, Sector 16 A
Noida Film City, Uttar Pradesh



Key contacts:

Managing partner: Pravin Anand
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Quick facts:

Number of partners: 31
Number of lawyers: 100+
Network Memberships: INTA, AIPPI, APAA etc

A full service intellectual property law firm, Anand and Anand provides all-round IP solutions, its forte being - developing new law and precision-navigation of grey areas. The firm provides a comprehensive IP service encompassing protection, enforcement, advisory, licensing and litigation for patents, designs, trademark, copyrights, trade secrets, domain names, geographical indications and more.

Credited with lawsuits that have transformed the IP landscape in India, the firm’s litigation arm has decades of unmatched experience in dispute resolution. It has maintained a patent grant rate of over 93%. Its trademark team recorded 1800-plus successful trademark oppositions recently. With a vision of ‘360 degrees IP & Beyond’, the firm is credited with transforming the Indian IP enforcement regime by bringing the best jurisprudence from developed common law nations, addressing administrative and procedural bottlenecks and spreading IP awareness.

Key Practice Areas
Intellectual property, Dispute resolution, Competition/antitrust, Regulatory

Key Sector Expertise
Aviation and shipping, Banking and financial services, Consumer goods and services, Industrials and manufacturing, Media and entertainment, Pharmaceuticals and life sciences, Real estate, Technology and telecommunications

Chennai: Flat No. GA & GB, AR Villa, New No. 31, 3rd Main Road,
Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, Chennai Tamil Nadu 600020, India
T: +91-44-43504228 F: +91-44-43504232

New Delhi : B - 41, Nizamuddin East New Delhi 110013 India

Mumbai: 57 - 58, Rajgir Chambers, SBS Road Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400023, India

  • InterDigital v Xiaomi – India’s first anti-anti-suit injunction
  • Ferid Allani v. Union of India – India’s first Software Patent law suit conferring protection
  • Patent lawsuits that transformed pharmaceutical and bio-technology enforcement regime in India including Merck Vs. Glenmark; Roche Vs. Cipla; the Monsanto case; and a large number of other suits on behalf of Pfizer, BMS, AstraZeneca, etc.
  • Development of a damages culture in large number of cases that recognized not only punitive, but compensatory, exemplary and aggravated damages (Philips Vs. AmazeStore)
  • India’s first post-trial SEP judgment (Philips Vs. Bhagirathi)
  • Development of unique remedies such as the “Tree Planting Order” (Merckcase); and order benefitting adolescent girls (Hermes case)