LexOrbis is delighted to announce the opening of its new office in Chennai, India. This strategic expansion aims to extend the firm’s physical presence and offer its top-notch intellectual property (IP) services to existing clients in the state of Tamil Nadu. The firm also aims to capitalize on the significant increase in IP awareness among small businesses, startups, artisans, and other IP creators in Tier II and III cities in the state.
With an illustrious legacy of over two decades, LexOrbis has been dedicated to assisting various industries, spanning corporations, institutions, and entrepreneurs with its comprehensive IP solutions.
The new office is situated at Century Centre, 3rd floor, No. 75 (Old No. 39), TTK Road, in the marquee location of Alwarpet, Chennai – 600018. It is headed by patent attorney M. Suthakar and, alongside him, Anand Balagopal, a seasoned Client Success and Relations professional. Anand has been a valuable part of the LexOrbis team since 2015, significantly contributing to the firm’s success.
The firm has physical operations at its three metropolitan offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru. The thriving business community, supportive infrastructure, and an evident surge in IP awareness in the state drove the decision to expand its presence in Chennai. With this expansion, LexOrbis aims to meet the growing demand for IP protection and support clients in the emerging Tier II and III markets of Tamil Nadu, such as Coimbatore, Salem, Madurai, and Tiruchirappalli.
Speaking about the expansion, Manisha Singh, Managing Partner at LexOrbis, expressed her excitement, stating:
“We are thrilled to establish our presence in Chennai and continue serving our clients in the region with the same passion and professionalism. Chennai not only has a diverse talent pool, the right infrastructure, connectivity, and a thriving economy but also offers the right environment for collaboration with corporations, educational institutions, R&D units, and startups in the region that are constantly engaged in breaking the innovation barriers and developing new intellectual properties.”
Abhai Pandey, Senior Partner at LexOrbis, shared his enthusiasm regarding the expansion:
“Chennai is a key market for intellectual property services in India, and we are excited to expand our footprint here. We are committed to offering a more localized and personalized approach to our client’s IP needs in this dynamic region and also help nurture young innovators across Tamil Nadu by partnering with ecosystem enablers.”
LexOrbis’ comprehensive services in Chennai will encompass patent drafting, filing, and prosecution; trademark registration and enforcement; copyright registration and enforcement; IP litigation; IP portfolio management; and licensing and transactional services.
Members of the Chennai office at its official opening
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