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I am Anirudh Agarwal, a registered advocate with the Bar Council of Delhi. In pursuance of my interest in the field of IPR, Media & Entertainment law, I have interned with exalted organizations which helped me sharpen my skills of critical thinking and legal analysis.
Furthermore, I was entrusted with the responsibility of drafting various legal documents. Interning with such reputed organizations and Advocates, I have been well-equipped with skills of research, reading, writing, compilation of notes, drafting, etc, which further helped me familiarise myself to the professional work culture at such organizations.
Additionally, interning at IP centric firms in turn provided me a platform for interaction with different heads and mentors. It enabled me to not only gain first-hand knowledge of the work culture and education practices as they exist today but also helped me develop skills that would further aid in the enrichment of my competency as a professional in the field of IPR, Media & Entertainment law.
Such insightful experience and in-depth exposure at reputed organizations shaped me not only as an individual who is versatile, but also as a future legal professional, who will be adept to work in all kinds of work situations, even the most challenging ones. Currently, I’m working as an Associate trainee at Ahlawat & Associates and I believe I could contribute substantially to the work of their office and prove to be a valuable asset to the company.
Delhi High Court publishes draft ‘Delhi High Court Intellectual Property Rights Division Rules, 2021
The Hon’ble High Court of Delhi recently notified the draft “Delhi High Court Intellectual Property Rights Division Rules, 2021” (DHC-IPD Rules, 2021). This development is subsequent to the formation of the Intellectual Property Division in the High Court of Delhi pursuant to the scrapping of the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) by the Government of …
The High Court of Kerala recently (on September 27, 2021) declared the ban on online rummy (by the Kerala Government) to be violative of the fundamental rights enshrined under Articles 14 and 19(1)(g) of the Constitution of India. A bunch of petitions was placed before Justice T.R. Ravi, wherein the petitioners challenged the State Government’s …
The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (formed under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry) has published amendments to the Patent Rules, 2003 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Rules) in the Official Gazette on September 21, 2021. The following amendments have been introduced under the Rules: In the principal Rules, in rule …
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