Commercial Law Advisory

In recent years, Indian economy has been one of the most stable economies in the world and has been home to a large number of entrepreneurs who have competent Legal/Commercial Law Advisory available to them. This can help change shape of the entity/practices/compliance in a positive manner.

Through our commercial law advisory services, we ensure that business needs of our clients are addressed in best possible way in strict compliance with relevant regulations.

Our Services Include:

  • Advisory on matters related to Intellectual Property Rights.
  • Advisory on technology licensing (Commercialization).
  • Advisory on starting a new business establishments and engaging in contracts, agreements that have varied mandates and purposes such as Joint Venture Agreements, Distribution Agreements, Employment Agreements, Confidentiality Agreement, Vendor Agreement, among others.
  • Advisory on mergers and acquisitions.
  • Advisory on any other Commercial Law Issue.

What Is The Process?


Our Attorneys schedule detailed discussion(s) with clients to develop a deep understanding of requirements, expectations, and desired outcomes.


Our Attorneys/Consultants then analyze the facts and instant situation based on the above-mentioned discussion(s).


Based on an in-depth analysis, the Attorneys advise and render opinion on the next steps for obtaining the desired outcome on the contentious or contractual issue.


As can be appreciated, time taken depends on complexities of the subject matter involved. However, on an average, we conclude the process within 7 to 10 working days.

Details Required

Each Opinion/Advise would require its own specific documents, kindly get in touch with us for details.


1 Are IP rights territorial in nature?

Yes, IP rights are territorial. It means that an Indian registration is valid only in India. For protection of Intellectual Property in any other country, one has to seek protection separately under the relevant law.

2 What are typical Licensing Terms?

Different inventions require different licensing strategies. For example, a basic new scientific tool likely to be widely used is typically licensed on a non-exclusive basis. In contrast, an invention which requires significant investment of resources by a company is typically licensed on an exclusive basis. The exclusive license provides an incentive for the licensee to commit risky capital investments required for product development. License terms for a start-up company can be different than those for large companies.