Call Now! + 79-2630 3777

+91-79-2630 3777

MORE THAN 45 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN PROTECTING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

Tracing our origin to 1970, Y J Trivedi & Co. has grown into a premier full service IP law firm with offices all across the globe. We at YJT have a strong base of well-credentialed legal and technical professionals offering competent services in all areas of Intellectual Property Rights. We understand that pragmatic and effective legal advice requires an appreciation and understanding of the ever-changing business environment in which the client finds itself every day.

We have garnered excellent relationship with our clients by offering our clients personalized and prompt professional assistance. The firm’s expertise and services are sophisticated and elegant, professional and robust, modern and tech-savvy and rapidly responsive. The firm dominates in handling complex IP matters locally, nationally and internationally. The firm is fully equipped with Advocates, Attorneys, Advisors, Associates and other legal staff at your disposal. The firm carries extensive expertise in its team where the members belong to a varied background like chemistry, engineering, biology and law. We at YJT are in continuous pursuit to build a reputation for our legal work staying true to our core values.

Don’t hesitate to ask for a

Consultation

ACHIEVEMENTS

BOUTIQUE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW FIRM

Keep up with the latest

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY NEWS

Apple's Tim Cook says tech regulation 'inevitable' because free market isn't working

MarketWatch - 8 hours ago
Regulation of tech companies is coming, Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook says, because the free market “is not working.” “I'm a big believer in the free market. But we have to admit when...

Chipotle rethinking firing manager who refused to serve black customers over 'dine and dash' fears

Fox News - 11 hours ago
The restaurant chain Chipotle announced Saturday that it had terminated one of its managers for suggesting in a viral video that five black customers were planning to order food without paying -- but...

News via Google. See more news matching 'intellectual property'