Overview

Ashish Prasad is a Partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice of ELP and is based in Delhi. He earned his law degree from Delhi University in the year 2003 and has completed courses in Intellectual Property laws in addition to holding a Diploma on Cyber Laws. Ashish is admitted with Bar at Delhi.

Ashish has vast experience in handling commercial litigation and IP issues. Having started his career with Lall & Sethi Advocates in 2003, he has advised and strategized IP enforcement actions, involving Trademarks, Copyrights, Designs, Patents, Domain Names, Confidential information, Trade secret, Comparative advertising, Counterfeiting, Ambush Marketing and executed Anti-piracy operations in India and South Asia Subcontinent, before expanding his foray into commercial litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution practice.

Ashish has had exposures in sectors including Food & Drugs, Telecom, Infrastructure, Pharmaceutical, Information Technology, Media, Television and Broadcast, Foreign Investments, Defense. He continues to advise a wide range of industries on protection of their Intellectual Property Rights. He regularly advises on Food Laws and assists in compliance with various regulations under the FSSA, 2006 and D&C Act.

Ashish is adept in providing legal solutions in conflict situations – involving contractual disputes, government actions, regulatory changes, statutory violations. He regularly undertakes risk analysis and advices on key legal issues involved in commercial transactions with keen eye on resolution of potential conflict situations.

Ashish is currently representing clients before Arbitral tribunal(s), courts in seeking enforcement of domestic / foreign awards. Ashish has been involved in advising and representing clients before Tribunals like TDSAT, CLB, DRT, High Courts, District Courts and the Supreme Court of India.

Ashish was a Partner at Lall & Sethi and Luthra & Luthra prior to joining ELP.

Recognitions

RSG India Report

Ashish is described as 'very hands on' and ‘decisive’. He recommends a ‘firm plan of action’ with ‘innovative solutions’.

RSG India 2019 Report

Commended for his proactive and ‘detail-oriented’ advice. He was described as ‘highly commercial and practical’.

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