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R P Yadav
R P Yadav

R P Yadav

Founder and Managing Partner

sr4ipr Partners, Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys

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Other Thoughts:
Yes, was selected by the Patent Office, Govt. of India for training on IPRs organized by Japan Patent Office in collaboration with AOTS and JIII, in JAPAN and all expenses were born by the Japan Govt.
Done Differently:
No, not interested in a job, but I have to establish my company.
Working Life Management:
Yes, I do.
Involvement in the Industry
I wrote an article on “IPRs Protection System in India - An Overview” which was published in Japan’s “IP Community – JPO Cooperation in Human resource development”.

I contested a case in the high court against Merck, a very big pharmaceutical MNC of Germany and filed the reply on behalf of my client and then the big MNC agreed for out of court settlement.
Plans For The Future:
A successful person in the field of intellectual property rights and to handle IP work of the big business houses with the help of a good number of team members.
Changes In The Professional Environment:
The professional environment has changed a lot. Now people at the Govt. offices do not have any respect to the senior and / or junior people. The people in the Govt. office expect extra money from the people who are coming to these offices every day to work there as honest professionals. Similarly, the some new professionals do not have enough knowledge and therefore do not bother for any kind code of conduct and try to get the work done by hook and crook, which is not good at all.
Career Profile:
I have to manage all kinds of works, for my clients, from the registration of the intellectual property rights (IPRs), for example, Patent, Trade Mark, Industrial Designs and Copyright with the help of my team members. Also, I have to manage litigation work relating to the above mentioned intellectual property rights.
Family Background
I belong to middle class farmer's family and my father did of his best to send my eldest brother for study. My brother studied hard and secured first class almost in the exams and completed his PhD in physics around 1977. Subsequently, my eldest brother made sure we two younger brothers and one sister complete graduation, at least, and he could do that with hardships in his early life. My father passed away 12/13 years back.
Degrees That Matter:
I am already a registered patent and trade mark attorney. I succeeded to register myself with the Patent Office, Govt. of India in 1988 as a Patent Attorney while I was working with an intellectual property law firm. Thus, I am a qualified patent and trade mark attorney.
Growth Strategy:
Working hard and providing honest opinion to my clients without having any greed for the money.
Required Reading:
Now a day everything is available on internet, what they have to do is work hard and study it as much as they can. Also, they should be honest to their job and their clients.
Job Profile:
Please see my answer to question no. 1, herein above.
The Journey So Far:
I started my carrier with an IP Law firm in 1987 as an “Advocate” and became a registered “Patent Attorney” in 1988. I worked with the IP law firm for 16 plus years and then joined National Innovation Foundation (NIF), a society of DST, Govt. of India as a “National Coordinator – IPR and worked there for 16 months only. Then I moved to Intel India (a subsidiary of INTEL Inc. USA), in Bangalore and worked there for THREE years as a “Patent Attorney”. Subsequently, I joined ACME Tele Power Ltd., an Indian MNC, as Senior Counsel – IPR and worked there for 18 months. I then got a chance to work with the Italian embassy as a “Senior Advisor – IPR” and worked there for TWO years. Then became a partners in IP law firm for 18 months and then founded my own IP Law firm named as “sr4ipr Partners (www.sr4ipr.in)”.
Prized Accomplishment(s):
So far I have signed TWO MOUs with an US Law firm and with an Engineering College in India. Also, I am being called by NRDC, TIFAC, MSME, all Govt. of India’s agencies and other institute as an speaker on the topics relating to different kinds of IPRs.
Role Model:
First of all, my trainer Shri Rama Vasudeva Pai, who was a retired joint controller of patents and designs and was instrumental in drafting the Patent Act – 1972 and my brother Dr. Vidya Ram, Professor (Retd.), who made all of us to study and be a good and educated person. He also taught us the lesson of working hard and be honest in life.
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