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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.

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