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  • Stratjuris has an extensive and advance practice in Patents. It represents Large Indian Patent Filers, Indian Tech Startups, Small and Medium Enterprises and Overseas Corporations in the Patent matters in India. The firm works with In-house IP department of companies with large IP portfolios, the firm understands that level of service required has to be adaptive and ensure fulfilment of needs of its clients.

    • Advising on strategies for Patent protection
    • Preparing and prosecuting Patent applications in India and Overseas
    • Drafting Patent Specification (Provisional and Non-Provisional)
    • Preparing Complex Drawings /Flowcharts
    • Searching and Rendering opinion on Patentability
    • Managing Patent portfolios in India and abroad
    • Filing PCT applications and Replying to International Search Report and International Preliminary Examination Reports
    • Licensing and Technology Transfer
    • Providing Patent Annuity payment services
    • Advising in commercial transactions including licensing and franchising
    • Undertaking IPR Due diligence investigation and conducting IP Audits


  • Stratjuris has an extensive and advance practice in Trademarks. With its abilities to conduct a Global Search, Filing and Prosecution of Trademarks, Stratjuris is the finest Law Firm to engage to offer a single window protection for your marks. The firm represents Large Indian Brands and brands floated by Startups, in Trademark registration and opposition proceedings. The firm also assists the Brand owners in Registration and enforcement proceedings outside of India. Wide range of service offerings under the Trademark Law sub-practice are as follows:

    • Advising on strategies for Trademark protection
    • Searching and Rendering opinion on availability and Registrability
    • Preparing and prosecuting Trademark applications in India and Overseas
    • Support and strategy in Trade Mark
    • Filing International Applications via Madrid Protocol
    • Drafting and Serving Cease and Desist Notices
    • Providing Trademark Renewal services
    • Providing services for Recordal of Assignments
    • Opposition and Cancellation Proceedings
    • Trademark Watch Services and reporting
    • Investigation on Trademark infringement and counterfeiting
    • Advising in commercial transactions including licensing and franchising
    • Undertaking IPR Due diligence investigation and conducting IP Audits

  • Stratjuris offers some of the best solutions to protect your Intellectual Property in Copyrights as well as in Designs. The firm deals extensively with Copyright and Design protection and enforcement in India.

    • Advising on strategies for Copyright protection
    • Registration of Copyright in India and Overseas
    • Copyright licensing and Assignment
    • Investigation on Copyright infringement
    • Drafting and Serving Cease and Desist Notices
    • Advising on Agreement with Copyright Societies

  • The firm offers comprehensive services on ‘Designs’. Our law firm represents clients in design infringement proceedings and passing off actions before the tribunal, High Courts and the Supreme Court. We also deal in designs portfolio maintenance and management and designs rights enforcement.

    • Advising on strategies for Design protection
    • Preparing and prosecuting Design Registration in India and Overseas
    • Providing Design Illustration services
    • Recordal of Assignment
    • Design Cancellation Proceedings
    • Drafting and Serving Cease and Desist Notices
    • Investigation on Design infringement and counterfeiting
    • Licensing and Technology Transfer

  • The firm offers comprehensive services on ‘Designs’. Our law firm represents clients in design infringement proceedings and passing off actions before the tribunal, High Courts and the Supreme Court. We also deal in designs portfolio maintenance and management and designs rights enforcement.

    • Representing in IPR infringement lawsuits
    • Advising on Patent validity and infringement matters
    • Handling Patent Pre-Grant, Post Grant and Revocation proceedings
    • Handling matters relating to enforcement of IPR via Customs
    • Providing technical support to Litigating Counsels
    • Handling Validity actions for Trademark and Designs
    • Handling Trademark enforcement actions and raids outside India (e.g. China)

  • StratJuris Partners has a number of clients who keep returning with more Patent Research projects because of the value that they receive from the deliverables. It is because the firm drafts and prosecutes the Patent applications across major Patent office’s spread worldwide, the firm provides a different perspective in locating prior art. The firm follows a 7-Step strategy (recommended by USPTO) to search U.S. patents, Foreign Patents and published patent applications in order to locate and evaluate relevant prior art, any previous publication that discloses an claimed/ Invented features of a Granted or a Potentially Patentable idea. The 7 Step strategy includes Patent as well as Non-Patent literature (newspapers, magazines, dissertations, conference proceedings, and websites). The range of Patent research offerings are as follows:

    • Patent Research and Analytics
    • Novelty & Patentability Searches
    • Patent Validation/Invalidation Search
    • Claim-Chart Mapping
    • Freedom to Operate Study/Clearance search
    • Patent Portfolio Analysis
    • Patent Landscapes Studies
    • Patent Infringement Analysis
    • Patent Watch & Monitoring Services
    • Indian File Wrapper Analysis

  • Partners at Stratjuris Partners have decades of experience in handling Patent Examination Reports not just from India but also from USPTO and EPO etc. Many Law firms have entrusted us to prepare first draft of Patent Examination Report replies that are further vetted and submitted to the respective Patent offices.

  • StratJuris beverages its network of Overseas Intellectual Property Law firms and Consultants to assist in locating 'Right Fit' partner for Intellectual Property.

    • Advising in commercial transactions including licensing and franchising
    • Providing Patent Research Services to US Counsels for Patent Trial and Appellate Board (PTAB) Proceedings
    • Undertaking IPR Due diligence investigation and conducting IP Audits
    • Counselling on IPR protection for Domestic and overseas Companies
    • Conducting IPR Training and Awareness programs
    • Providing IP Assets Management

    Well Known Tradmarks

    The firm offers the services of compiling a Statement of Case for obtaining the well-known status of your Trademark and prosecuting it with concerned Trademark Registry in India. Please refer to the handbook provided on this page to know more about this service.

News And Events

Interns from Symbiosis Law School published a Research Paper during Internship at Stratjuris

Jaya Mitra and Muskaan Kaushik (interned at SJP in July 2018) students from Symbiosis Law School (4th Year LL.B.) have co-authored a research paper with Stratjuris IP Attorney Harshada Wadkar. The paper was recently published here  in JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES AND RESEARCH, Volume...
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Applicability of Discount to Foreign “Small Entity”

The Indian Patent office offers 50% discount to Small Entities whether incorporated in India or overseas. The manner of establishing whether or not an entity is a Small Entity under the Indian legislations is as follows: Manufacturing Company/Firm will be Considered a small...
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Stratjuris Partners Announces launch of Data Privacy Practice out of its Pune office led by Niti Paul, Partner (Ex. KPMG)

In addition to the Intellectual Property Law practice the firm has announced the start of Data Privacy Practice from 1st February 2018. Stratjuris will now offer its clients Legal Expertise combined with transformative power of Technology to implement data privacy frameworks in...
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Priyank Gupta (Partner, SJP) being honored at Patsight Symposium in Mumbai

Priyank Gupta (Partner, SJP) who chaired a session on “Relevance of IPR for Startups” was honored by Mr. Tushar Surti of Gridlogics at Patsight Symposium in Mumbai .The event was the 6th Edition of its kind held in Mumbai on January 12th 2018.
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First Expedited Patent Granted under Start-Up India Scheme Within 9 Months to SJP Client

India’s first Patent granted under the expedited examination scheme of the Government, created exclusively for Startups recognized by the Ministry of Commerce. The Patent was granted to a Jaipur based startup Newndra Innovations Private Limited on 25th July 2017, bearing no....
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The Indian Patent Office implements automated process for generation and issuance of Patent Certificates

The Indian Patent Office released a public notice on 3rd July 2017 that the Patent Certificates will now be generated electronically by an automated process. The Patent Certificates will be generated after the patent is granted by the Controller General of Patents, Design and...
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New dawn for Software Patents in India, the Patent office moves back to “Genesis of 3(k)”

The Controller General of Patents Designs and Trademarks (CGPDTM) has notified his order today (30th June 2017) to amend the Guidelines for the Examination of Computer Related Inventions (CRIs) with immediate effect. The order has replaced the prevailing guidelines of February...
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Good News for Patent Owners in India in Today’s Budget

In Today’s budget delivered by the Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley, a significant announcement is made for the benefit of Patent Owners in India. The Government has amended the Income Tax Act by incorporating a new provision announcing reduction in Tax Rate on the Royalties...
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Oppo and Vivo sued for Patent Infringement by Dolby in India

Oppo and Vivo sued for Patent Infringement by Dolby in India On 28th October 2016, the Delhi High Court directed Oppo and Vivo to deposit Rs. 34 (3.4 CNY) per smartphone imported/manufactured/sold in India. Both Chinese companies have been dragged along with another reseller BBK...
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Expedited Examination for Indian Patents Indian patent office attempts to make Indian Patents more attractive

  India is waking up to the importance of IP and taking steps to boost faster grant of Patents and Trademarks. Traditionally the examination procedure for Patents in Indian Patent office has taken long time to complete. IPO has taken a few steps this year resolve this issue....
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Highlights of the Startup India Scheme

I am sure you are aware of the “Start Up India Stand up India” Scheme launched by Department of Industrial Promotion and Policy (DIPP). The scheme has started accepting applications since the beginning of this Financial year from entities (Companies, LLPs and Partnership Firms)...
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Yoga from Traditional Knowledge to IPR: Yoga is no YO!ga

It is a common perception that Yoga is increasingly becoming subject to the Intellectual Property rights (IPRs) of corporates resulting to Yoga Piracy Lawsuits. Yoga piracy refers to the practice of claiming IPRs including copyrights on yoga postures and techniques found in...
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Priyank Gupta, Partner SJP will be a speaker at BIRAC workshop

Priyank Gupta, Partner SJP will be a speaker at BIRAC workshop on IPR at BITS Pilani, Goa Campus. Priyank will be speaking on the following topic on 19th february 2016. Notable Judgements and Orders of the Indian High Court in the Patent Matters: Implications on Biotech Patents
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Now Government wants to encourage Startups to Innovate

After the announcement made by the Prime Minister in January at Vigyan Bhawan the Government has now drawn a roadmap for recognizing and rewarding the Startups that are working towards innovation, development, deployment or commercialization of new products, processes or services...
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Government Plans to Reduce Time for Issuing First Examination Report to 15 from 60 months

In an effort to progress the vision of “Make in India” more attractive to foreign manufacturers the Government of India has announced efforts to shorten the Period of Granting Patents in India to 15 months from the current time period of about 5 years. “Make in...
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2015 The Year of Patent Owners in India

2015 was an eventful year for Patent Ecosystem in India. Not only the reforms were kick-started by the Government at the Indian Patent Office by notifying 720 new posts for examiners and tabling an IP policy for the long term benefits, the Indian Judiciary also delivered numerous...
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2015 The Year of Patent Owners in India

2015 was an eventful year for Patent Ecosystem in India. Not only the reforms were kick-started by the Government at the Indian Patent Office by notifying 720 new posts for examiners and tabling an IP policy for the long term benefits, the Indian Judiciary also delivered numerous...
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New Numbering System for Patent Applications in India announced

India has resolved to standardise its IPR procedures. The year 2015 ends marking the year of patent owners in India. As the world welcomes New Year, Indian Patent Office has made a welcoming change in its unique numbering system for Patent Application. In an effort to attain...
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WIPO Reduces PCT Fee “Happy 2016”

WIPO has come up with revised fee schedule for International Applications under PCT w.e.f. 01st January 2016. There are few changes in the fees structure with slight variations. No major changes have been done. Following fee changes are observed in this revision: Particulars Fees...
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2015 The Year of Patent Owners in India

2015 was an eventful year for Patent Ecosystem in India. Not only the reforms were kick-started by the Government at the Indian Patent Office by notifying 720 new posts for examiners and tabling an IP policy for the long term benefits, the Indian Judiciary also delivered numerous...
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New Numbering System for Patent Applications in India announced

India has resolved to standardise its IPR procedures. The year 2015 ends marking the year of patent owners in India. As the world welcomes New Year, Indian Patent Office has made a welcoming change in its unique numbering system for Patent Application. In an effort to attain...
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US Nine millionth(9000000)

USPTO today issued “nine millionth” patent US 9,000,000 for “Wind-shield washer conditioner”. The patent was filed by Inventor Matthew Carroll of FL (assigned to WiperFill Holdings). It took just 4 years for USPTO to issue the last one million Patents....
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Government of India to provide aid up to Rs. 15 Lakh ($22000) to Indian Inventors

Department of Electronics & Information technology (DeitY) has proposed new scheme titled as “Support for International Patent in Electronics & Information Technology” to provide financial support to Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and Technology start-up...
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‘Made in China’ or ‘Make in India’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ program claims that there has never been a better time to make in India. The program invites the Global companies to come and manufacture in India in as many as 25 different sectors where Government is welcoming the Foreign Direct...
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Requirement for “Working the Patents in India” – Form 27

After having granted a Patent in India, one has to submit Form 27 on an Annual basis, which is essentially a Statement by the Patentee Regarding the Working of the Patented Invention on Commercial Scale in India. Submission of Form 27 is a requirement under Section 146 (2) of The...
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