Sujata Chaudhri is the firm’s founder and owner. Formerly an equity partner at Cowan, Liebowitz and Latman , P.C, a leading IP law firm in New York City, Sujata relocated to India in the year 2011. Sujata has extensive experience in IP litigation, enforcement, prosecution and transactions in the United States and India (particularly in the area of trade marks). She is involved in all practice areas at the firm.
Sujata was formerly an adjunct professor at the Franklin Pierce Centre for Intellectual Property, University of New Hampshire Law School, and has served on the advisory board of the law school. She has also co-taught a seminar course on international trade marks at the New York University (NYU) School of Law. In India Sujata has delivered lectures on practice-based topics at Jindal Global Law School.
Lady Shri Ram College for Women, B.A. (Hons) Economics
Campus Law Centre, Delhi University, LL.B.
Franklin Pierce Law Center (now University of New Hampshire Law School), New Hampshire, United States of America, LL.M. (Intellectual Property)
International Trademark Association
Pharmaceutical Trade Marks Group
Advertising of banking and financial offerings: Limitations and requirements under Indian law, Bar and Bench, April 2022
Future of Indian IP rights in the Metaverse, Asia Business Law Journal, March 2022
India chapter of Asia Business Law Journal’s Special Regional Guide to NFTs Laws, December 2021
Domain Name Parking – Sufficient to Show Use of a Trade Mark in India?, LegitEye, April 2021