Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys (K&K) is more than a full service Intellectual Property and Commercial Law firm. K&K was formed in the year 2007 with a very firm focus of providing end-to-end IP Prosecution, Litigation and Commercial Law services in a manner that is Corporate centric. K&K follows stringent delivery practices which are consistent and as per defined quality standards. K&K works closely with its sister concern IIPRD, both of which supplement each other in order to provide end-to-end IP Legal and Commercialization/Licensing services to over 3000 Corporates. K&K is a team of over 200 professionals spread across 10 Offices (New Delhi, NCR, Pune, Mumbai, Indore, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Punjab, Chennai ) in India, and has strong rankings from Legal 500, MIP, IAM, Chambers, Asia IP, Global 100, Rsg, Niti Aayog, WIPR Leaders, Global Venture, ACQ5 among others.
Our team of IP Attorneys/Practitioners, having high level of technical and legal competence, gives us the right competitive edge and positioning, as a law firm focused on creating immense IP value for our clients. K&K through its experienced and qualified team of Attorneys/Practitioners, across Technology and Legal Domains, gives a rare synergy of legal opinion, out-of-box thinking for protection of ideas/IP's and entrepreneurial spirits to its client base. K&K earnestly believes that success comes only when one has a long-term perspective and this is why we concentrate on building long-term relationships through high level of client orientation.
K&K focuses on a broad range of Technology Consulting / IP Research Services spanning all stages of IP Procurement, Management and Enforcement. K&K has a diligent Patent and Legal Professionals who enable the firm to provide the complete spectrum of services starting from Market/TechnologyResearch, Licensing/Commercialization to Litigation Support. K&K has more than 15 years of substantive experience which has helped it gain a prominent name in the Industry as a reliance and trustworthy partner in the complete Research and Analytics Process.
Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys has been established precisely to help corporate leverage anticipated business and economic value from its efficient creation, protection and enforcement of their Intellectual Properties. Khurana & Khurana has created a unique and strategic position for itself by giving End-to-End IP services to its clients from the inception stage of creation of IP to successful commercialization of the IP for fulfillment of desired business objectives. The role and importance of patent professionals in IP (intellectual property) portfolio management (IPM) are increasing becoming significant within business, academic, and legal entities.View more
Khurana & Khurana has a legacy of over ten years in Patent Litigation and serves some of the leading Corporates for IP infringement matters. Our experience includes finding the potential infringers for the IP owners through due diligence and assessing the market for the same. For doing this, our firm has Patent/Trade Mark Attorneys/Practitioners who have advanced qualifications in varied technology domains and understand complete nuances of claim mapping and provisions of enforcement under different IP Laws.View more
Khurana & Khurana assists Corporates in maximizing opportunities from their IP portfolios through accurate legal opinions that ensure that all possible ways to solve a problem are identified and due-diligence of each way is put across in the right manner such that the client can take a judicious call on the way to proceed forward. K&K renders Prior art, Freedom to Operate, Validity, and Non-infringement opinions relating to a client’s products and technologies. K&K also prepares a comprehensive IP Litigation Strategy before initiating with a legal suit to ensure that the clients understands the next steps clearly, sets its expectations, and is cognizant of the costs involved in the process.View more
Commercial law governs the broad areas of business, commerce and consumer transactions. Commercial law in India has developed rapidly over the years with the opening up approach towards FDI and WTO. It allows, so far as it can, Corporate or person to do business in the way they want and not require them to stick to forms that they may think to be outmoded. Thus, Commercial Law Practice is recognized as a very important and integral element of any corporate operation, and is gaining more and more importance.In this era of globalisation, sweeping changes in business strategies require Corporates to meet challenge of complying with commercial contract law for the smooth functioning of its business and commerce.View more
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is responsible for the administration of Top Level Domain Names. The Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy provides for the settlement of domain name disputes for the Generic Top Level Domains Name (GTLD) such as .com, .edu, .net, among others. The UDRP complaints may be filed with any of the ICANN accredited arbitration centres. UDRP also allows for the filing of the complaints at the jurisdictional civil court where the Registrant or the Registrar is located. Where the Registrar or the Registrant is located in India, the dispute may be resolved through legal action at the civil court.View more
Attorneys at Khurana & Khurana have developed significant experience in the area of anti-counterfeiting, especially in FMCG, Pharmaceuticals, Apparels, Footwear, and Medical Devices product verticals, and can assist in devising a comprehensive strategy for curbing counterfeit products by outlining all possible risks and assumptions and mapping them with costs involved in each step taken so that a judicious and objective step can be taken by the client..View more
With the rapid growth of technology, it is possible to be aware of the most significant and insignificant events in the world, be it political awareness, social awareness, entertainment as well as the reputation of a brand. The trans-Border reputation of brands in general means when a brand is gaining popularity not only in its … Continue reading The Issue Of Transborder Reputation Of TrademarksRead More
Trademarks are brand names, symbols, or logos that are used to identify a company’s goods or services. A trademark is a name, words, signature, letter, symbol, drawing, figure, inscription, picture, or advertisement that is used to identify a group of items, goods, and services as belonging to one owner or coming from one source. [Picture … Continue reading Trademark Registration In UAERead More
The Copyright and Trademark regimes grant a person, statutory rights, relating to their literary, artistic work (under Copyright Protection) and for their Trademark/brand identity (under Trademark Protection). When there is a violation or infringement of these rights by way of use by any person other than the one upon whom these rights have been conferred … Continue reading Criminal Prosecution For Copyright And Trademark ViolationRead More
The United Arab Emirates is made up of seven emirates: Abu Dhabi (the capital), Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm Al Quwain. The UAE has an open economy with a high per capita income and a large yearly trade surplus thanks to its naval history and unusually enterprising culture. The country’s free … Continue reading Anti-Counterfeiting Measures In UAERead More
Saudi Arabia, the second-largest country in the Arab World and the fifth largest country in Asia is one of the most important countries in the Middle East. Being one of the world’s largest oil producers and largest oil exporters, Saudi Arabia is a key country. The country controls the world’s second-largest oil reserve and the … Continue reading Getting Your Industrial Design Registered In Saudi Arabia (Dubai)Read More
Cyber Security And Data Privacy Law In Saudi Arabia: Many people will be surprised to learn that there is currently no explicit data protection legislation in Saudi Arabia, despite the fact that cloud computing has achieved a level of maturity that some experts believe is ready for full commercial use. While major Cloud technology providers … Continue reading Cyber Security And Data Privacy Law In Saudi ArabiaRead More
If your trademark, device mark or logo mark consists of your country’s national map, then can you register it without the examiner objecting to such depiction? The answer is – Yes. A recent judgement delivered by the Delhi High Court sets the precedent for trade mark applicants wanting to register their device mark but are … Continue reading Registrability of A Device Mark Containing the Map of IndiaRead More
With the fastest growing economy in the Arab World, Bahrain is making its global presence in the world. It has the freest economy in the Middle East and as per reports in Index of Economic Freedom published by The Wall Street Journal ranked Bahrain as the 12th freest economy in the world. [Picture Credit: istockphoto] … Continue reading Getting Your Industrial Design Registered In BahrainRead More
An application for registration could be objected by the Trade Marks Registry for number of reasons under Section 9 and 11 of the Trade Marks Act, 1999. Naturally, if one’s proposed trademark is similar to an already registered trademark, it is bound to be objected. The aforesaid similarity between two trademarks could be visual, structural, … Continue reading Phonetic Identity In Pharmaceutical Industry: The Health InterlinkRead More
Contract, as according to Section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 is any agreement that can be enforced in the court of law. An Agreement as under section 2(e) of the act means any promise(s) made by one party for a standard consideration. When such promise or consideration is not fulfilled, the contract is … Continue reading Abandonment of Contract, How is it different from Breach of Contract?Read More
The Indian Arbitration system has been taking a forward approach for a decade now to make the Indian sub-continent a hub for Arbitration. The question and interpretation of the judicial enquiry under Section 11 have been a long-standing question, and the judiciary has, time and again, come forward to provide the narrow meaning of Section … Continue reading The Changing Dynamics of Judicial Enquiry: – Section 11Read More
The statutory provisions relating to trademarks, deem the registrar in the trade mark office as the authority for determining whether a mark is well-known or not[i]. However, there are more marks adjudged as “well-known” by the courts, than determined by the Registrar at the Trade Marks office. This glaring contradiction between the law and practice, … Continue reading Who Really Gets to Decide A Well-Know Mark?Read More