Shrawan Chopra has over 14 years of experience as an intellectual property litigator with Anand and Anand, and he has represented clients before the Intellectual Property Appellate Board, the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court of India. He was one of the leading members on the team that won the landmark decision in Ferid Allani v. Union of India, giving a new spin to Section 3(k) of the Patents Act, thereby paving the way for software patenting in India.
He was an active member of the litigation team in landmark cases such as Aloys Wobben v. Enercon India, Roche v. Cipla and Monsanto v. Nuziveedu Seeds.
Shrawan’s litigation experience spans patents, copyright, trademarks and domain name disputes. He contributes to prestigious publications, including Asia IP, Vantage Asia, The Intellectual Property Law Review, Corporate and Trade Law Review (CTLR) and World Trademark Review’s Managing the IP Lifecycle, to name a few.
Shrawan has the following affiliations: member, Bar Council of Delhi; member, International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI); and joint secretary, AIPPI India Group.
He studied law at Agra University and went on to pursue a Master of Laws at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law. Prior to studying law, he completed a Bachelor of Political Science degree at the University of Delhi.