Profile Description

Krishna & Saurastri Associates LLP is a full service Intellectual Property and Technology law firm, focused on rendering business friendly legal advice. The firm was formed in 1992 and merged with a law practice set up in 1956. Ever since, the firm has been navigating complex intellectual property and techno-legal issues for its diverse client base. To keep pace with the growth of its business and be ever present for its clients, the firm has 200 people spread across offices in the major economic centers of Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru, Pune, Ahmedabad and Chennai.

The firm represents clients from all major industries and sectors. The firm’s team includes specialists with niche expertise and industry experience, which is leveraged to provide clients maximum value from legal counseling. Additionally, most of the firm’s professionals have formative degrees in natural sciences, engineering, arts or business, prior to qualifying as lawyers, which is useful while navigating complex intellectual property and techno-legal issues.     

Over the years, the firm has been ranked among the top tier Indian intellectual property and technology law firms consistently by leading domestic and international publications.

Key People

Mr. Anshul Sunil Saurastri
Partner

Anshul Sunil Saurastri is a Partner, Advocate (Attorney-at-Law) and Patent Attorney at Krishna & Saurastri Associates LLP.

His practice includes both…

Mr. Manish Saurastri
Partner

Manish Saurastri is a Partner with Krishna & Saurastri Associates LLP. He has demonstrated credentials in all aspects of Intellectual Property law and…

Mr. Sunil B. Krishna
Partner

Mr. Krishna's area of practice encompasses the entire spectrum of intellectual property management. He has to his credit vast and diverse experience in Trade Mark…

Ms. Richa Pandey
Partner

Ms. Richa Pandey is a Patent Attorney and a Partner with Krishna and Saurastri Associates, Delhi (Gurgaon) office. She is an advocate and a registered patent agent.…

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