DPS Parmar hired as Senior consultant at LexOrbis

DPS Parmar Senior Consultant at Lex-Orbis
DPS Parmar Senior Consultant at Lex-Orbis

 

Former IPAB Technical Member since 2011, Mr.DPS Parmar associates with Lex-Orbis as Senior Consultant to guide them on Patent and other IP issues.

DPS Parmar is hired by the IP firm LexOrbis as a Senior Consultant in its IPAB Practice. Mr. Parmar has worked with Indian Patent Office for almost 27 years before joining IPAB and holds a M.Sc degree from Agra University and a LL.B degree from Delhi University. He will also look after the patent practices of the firm.

Mr. Parmar is known for the way he deals with the IP smatters and the Judgment that he delivered during his office. He joined LexOrbis to bring in his expertise in the domain and help the firm establish a more relevant set of practices to deal with issues related to IP. He has long been at the forefront of the IP scenario in the country and has constantly proved his acumen by tackling major issues head-on. LexOrbis is a legal firm extending its services in the IP department to global corporations, research institutions etc.

 

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