Pravin Anand is an Intellectual Property Lawyer with 40 years’ experience.
Awarded the ‘AIPPI Award of Merit’ and; recognized as the “Most Innovative Lawyer” by Financial Times.
Some recent landmark decisions in his career:
Patent lawsuits that transformed pharmaceutical and bio-technology enforcement regime in India including Merck Vs. Glenmark; Roche Vs. Cipla; the Monsanto case; and a large number of other suits on behalf of Pfizer, BMS, AstraZeneca, etc.
India’s first Anti-anti-suit injunction order (InterDigital v Xiaomi); Software Patent law suit conferring protection (Ferid Allani case); development of damages culture in large number of cases that recognized not only punitive, but compensatory, exemplary and aggravated damages (Philips Vs. AmazeStore); India’s first post-trial SEP judgment (Philips Vs. Bhagirathi); development of unique remedies such as the “Tree Planting Order” (Merck case); and order benefitting adolescent girls (Hermes case).
Author of ‘Halsbury’s Laws of India on Intellectual Property’ and a large number of Chapters in International IP Publications.
Ex-Member, INTA Board of Directors.
Past President of Indian Groups of AIPPI, APAA and FICPI.