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Dr. Pinaki Ghosh has around 25+ years experience in Technology and around 15 years experience in IP and Innovation both for product industry and service industry.He has high experience in legal analysis and research on various patent matters, legal issues, legal opinion.He assists to review the legal research by utilising various resources and selecting the relevant material to analyse the legal information. Extensive knowledge in formulating the best possible legal solution after analysing the legal problem in depth.


Dr. Ghosh is the senior Advisor at KPMG India, a visiting faculty at IIT, Kharagpur for Intellectual Property Rights and Chapter Chair IPR for prestigious National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. He held scientist position of Indian missile program in DRDO under Late Abudul Kalam, Former President of India. He was the senior scientist in GE Medical Systems Defense Research (India), held managerial position in IP in GE Medical, India (IP and Innovation) where he started the group. Dr Ghosh was the Head of IP in Infosys. Several IP guidelines , policies and processes were institutionalised in Infosys in 2005 through his rigorous efforts. He has been in-house to several large conglomerates, such as GE, IBM,Reliance. He remains as a speaker at different national and international conferences. Dr Ghosh is the member of the CII National Committee on Technology and IPR and National Committee of Intellectual Property Owners and the core committee member of IP of CII, FICCI and ASSOCHAM.


Dr Ghosh holds Master Degree from IIT Kharagpur,  A Ph.D  (Image Processing) from Indian Statistical Institute and Jadavpur University. Post graduate in Patents Law, National Law School, Bangalore. He is pursuing 2nd PhD in Law, has 26 patents in his name, published 20 papers in peer review international journals 2 book chapters ,50 invited speakers in national international IP related conferences.  Dr.  Pinaki is also Six sigma Black Belt.





Harpreet Oberoi is a registered Advocate and a Corporate Attorney with a legal practice experience of more than 15 years. She has distinguished herself by working and advising for several big Multinational Clients such as Glaxo Smithkline, Cisco, Sandvik AB, Dawoo Corporation, Meltwater, BDG International, GVI Foundation and WNS advising them in India.


Harpreet was also lecturer of Economics at Delhi University for 5 years before she took up law as a professional. She  has worked under several eminent Indian Economists in the Government of India, including former Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh at Delhi School of Economics. She also works for women wellbeing, women rights and several NGOs espousing the cause of women in India.






Dinesh Jotwani has nearly 25 years of experience and deep understanding of policy, law, technology, litigation and government relations, especially in software, trade, IPRs, internet law and Cyber Crimes. Some of his career/ professional highlights are:

Dinesh has been an in-house Counsel, Partner in Law Firms and has also been an Independent Consultant to several technology companies. Some of the noted names include, NCR Corporation, Techorneys LLP, Microsoft Corporation, Symantec and Cisco.

He has also held executive positions in trade coalitions such as Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (“FICCI”), The Indian Legal Foundation (earlier called NBAI Foundation) and Business Software Alliance (“BSA”).


Dinesh is Honors Graduate in Economics–Delhi University (1991), a post-graduate in Information Technology & Software Development – NIIT (1992) and also holds a degree in law (LL.b) – Delhi University (1994).


Dinesh also holds two US Patents (7831544 & 8380687) on e-discovery processes used in litigation/ investigations and has authored a book “Interface between Competition Law and IPRs: A global perspective”, published by TILF (2012).


Dinesh regularly appears in Supreme Court of India and Delhi High Court. He argues matters related to Corporate, IPR, Civil, Criminal and Public Interest.