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Established in 1989, S. S. Rana & Co. is a premier Intellectual Property and Corporate Law firm having a pan-Indian presence. It is one of the very few IP firms registered as “Advocate-on-Record (AOR) with the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India which equips it to represent clients’ right from the lower courts to the Apex court.

For more than two decades and a half, the firm has been facilitating its clients in protecting, enforcing, defending and monetizing their Intellectual Property Rights in India and the world over. The firm’s long standing relationship with many Fortune 500 companies and several esteemed international and national corporations speaks laurels of its diligent and strategic legal services.

The firm also has an excellent corporate practice which continues to be a powerhouse of high value, complex corporate advisory matters. The team has expertise and in-depth knowledge in all areas of corporate practise which is combined with an astute understanding of the business and commercial agreements. The practice includes legal assistance to domestic and international clients across industries offering legal services and consultation on Contracts & Agreements, Franchising & Licensing, Advertising Laws, Labelling & Packaging Laws, Food Laws, Consumer Laws, Competition Law, Cyber Laws Environment Laws, Media & Entertainment Laws, Labour Laws, E-commerce Laws, IT Laws, Foreign Trade and Custom, etc.

Having embraced the technological advancements and changes in legal practices over the years, the firm is one of the select few law firms in the country to be awarded the ISO 9001/27001 certification. It has significantly invested in IT systems for systemic file management and retrieval of client information while maintain the highest degree of data security and confidentiality.

The firm has a demonstrated record of pro bono representation - a record based on the belief that there is more to our professional mandate than advocacy only for the successful section of the society. Our commitment to providing a voice for the underprivileged is demonstrated by pro bono contributions that range from cases on behalf of individuals who lack the means to secure basic necessities of legal representation.

IP4kids is the firm’s CSR initiative and is a sensitization program to spread awareness about Intellectual Property Rights amongst the younger generation. Our workshops focus on interactions with students, teachers and young grassroots innovators etc. IP4kids received support from WIPO in the form of its publications distribution at the Innovation Festival 2016 organized by National Science Centre (NSC). Partners and associates at our firm also actively participate at IP sensitization seminars and conferences organized by organizations such as MSSI (Ministry of Small Scale Industries), PFC (Patent Facilitating Centre), TIFAC, FICCI, CII, WIPO and several educational institute, colleges and universities.

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