Boutique IP law firm Inttl Advocare has inaugurated a new office in Bengaluru, expanding its footprint to India’s southern region.
Hemant Singh, founder and managing partner, said “[Bengaluru] … is a hub for technology and innovation. It provides opportunities to tap into diverse industries, especially in the tech and startup sectors. Further, [our] presence in Bangalore allows us better accessibility to clients in the southern states, leading to improved client relations and a more personalised service.”
Anindhya Sharma, the firm’s managing associate, will be in charge of the Bengaluru office. Having worked at Inttl Advocare since 2018, Sharma specialises in intricate matters before the Trade Marks Registry, and handles contentious cases before courts and tribunals.
“Anindhya Sharma … embodies the passion for IPR and exemplifies excellence in client servicing,” said Mamta Rani Jha, a senior partner at Inttl Advocare.
“Giving her this charge reflects our vision to empower the next generation of leaders who bring fresh perspectives and swear by their commitment to delivering exceptional services. Inttl is known for its high quality and personalised services. Having [an] office in Bangalore is one step towards the same.”
This expansion underscores Inttl Advocare’s comprehensive services across India, catering to intellectual property, IT, telecoms, media, antitrust laws, and corporate services. The firm now has a presence to three key Indian cities – Delhi NCR, Mumbai and Bengaluru.