Vibhav Mithal is a managing associate at Anand and Anand and practises as an IPR litigator in New Delhi, India in diverse areas ranging from patent law, trademark law and copyright law to plant varieties. Vibhav has been an integral part of several cases of path-breaking litigation, such as the Aloys Wobben dispute (Supreme Court, 2014); Roche v. Cipla (Delhi High Court, 2015); Monsanto (Supreme Court, 2019); and Ferid Allani (Delhi High Court, 2019 and Intellectual Property Appellate Board, 2020).
A graduate of the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Vibhav also pursued an LLM in intellectual property law as an LLM Scholar from the Boston University School of Law. In October 2019, he was featured by National Jurist in an article titled ‘Who’s Who of Foreign Attorneys’, among 15 prominent LLM graduates, each having been nominated by their respective US law schools.
An AI enthusiast, Vibhav is also serving as a voluntary head of community at Milton Keynes Artificial Intelligence, United Kingdom, an inclusive community that engages in important conversations on AI, and is a contributor at ForHumanity, a public charity organisation based in New York City that is building frameworks to eliminate downside risks in AI and autonomous systems.