This article takes a glance at various aspects of litigation and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms in India. Authors Manisha Singh and Varun Sharma discuss the efficiency of various processes, costs, litigation funding, mediation, arbitration, and various other topics that are important to throw a light on the dispute resolution scenario of the country.
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Manisha Singh – Lex Orbis,
Manisha Singh, founder and managing partner of LexOrbis, is a highly reputed lawyer with more than 23 years of experience. Known for her astute understanding of IP laws and litigation nuances, Manisha provides practical and business-oriented solutions to a vast number of clients including many Fortune 500 companies, globally renowned universities, and public sector research organizations.
She has been instrumental in developing global portfolios of patents, designs and trademarks for many Indian companies and research institutions. She passionately pursues endeavors to strengthen India’s IP protection and enforcement system to align it with international standards and work closely with the industry associations and the government. She is a member of IPR committees of CII, FICCI and ASSOCHAM.
She was elected as the Vice-President of India Group of Asian Patent Attorney Association in 2019. Manisha is also the Standing Counsel for the Reserve Bank of India at the Delhi High Court and is known for her deep understanding of corporate, banking, and financial services laws. Manisha is a prolific writer and has contributed chapters in Indian IP laws to many leading publications including Mondaq, IP Media Group, Vantage Asia, Managing IP, Asia IP, CTC Media to name a few. She is consistently recognized for her contribution to the IP field by world-renowned organizations.