Shabnam is an Associate Partner with RNA, Technology and IP Attorneys. With over 14 years of work experience as an Intellectual Property lawyer, she advises and assists a number of leading business houses with their Intellectual Property portfolios. Prior to joining RNA, Shabnam gained valuable experience and has worked with some of the leading boutique IP firms in India.
Shabnam’s practice focuses on legal and commercial aspects of trademarks and other Intellectual Property rights services including advice on pre-litigation Intellectual Property matters and strategy. Shabnam advises clients in sectors such as pharmaceutical, healthcare, hospitality, real estate, ecommerce and technology, FMCG, oil and gas, education, and is also advising government departments/organizations in developing, protecting and strengthening their brands in India. Shabnam has handled trademark portfolios of a number of fortune 500 companies assisting and advising them regularly with their brand watches, clearance, filing and protection in India.
She has attended several International conferences and has authored a number of articles in various leading legal and IP publications. She has been featured in the Superlawyer portal and also regularly advises start-ups and various NGOs, on a pro bono basis.
Shabnam has experience in the following areas:
Copyright, Data protection and cybersecurity, Intellectual property (general), Intellectual property and technology, Licensing and royalty arrangements, Patents, Technology, Trademarks and service marks
Shabnam has previously helped clients in the following industries:
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