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 Ranjan Narula

Ranjan Narula

Managing Partner

RNA Technology & IP Attorneys


401-402, 4th Floor, Suncity Success Tower, Sector - 65, Golf Course Extension Road, Gurgaon
122 005, National Capital Region (Haryana), India



+91-124-4296999, +91 9810089304

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Ranjan Narula

Areas of Expertise

Trademarks, Enforcement, IP Litigation


Ranjan Narula founded specialist IP law firm RNA in 2004 and is now its managing partner. He has 30 years’ post-qualification experience working on contentious and non-contentious IP and technology issues. Mr. Narula has been practising as an advocate and patent attorney since 1991, handling a wide range of IP, IT and technology matters, including IP management issues, strategic advice on IP clearance, acquisition and enforcement. He also handles domain name disputes, data privacy, trade secrets and technology transfer issues. Focusing on the digital environment and assisting companies and start-ups operating in this space are also part his practice.

Mr. Narula has worked in-house and in private practice, including at an international IP law firm heading its India operations. In 2019 Mr. Narula was invited to join the INTA Board of Directors for a three-year term. He currently serves on several committees set up by chambers of commerce and INTA to address IP issues affecting businesses and consumers.  

Mr. Narula has been ranked as a leading IP practitioner by various publications, including WTR 1000, IP Stars (Managing IP), WIPR Leaders, Who’s Who Legal and Top 100 Asia IP Experts in India. Mr. Narula is regularly invited to speak by universities and chambers of commerce on IP issues. He has authored several articles and papers on key IP issues published in IP magazines and blogs such as IAM, World Trade Mark Review, Bloomberg, Lexology and IP Kat.


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