Nomination Form








Award Nomination Categories

Best In-House IP Counsel of the Year (Sector-wise):

This award would be presented to the individual having an outstanding performance as an In-House Counsel, with respect to the work done especially in the domain of IPR of an organization. Nominations are open for all the sectors (like pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, media, BFSI, etc.).

Best use of IP in Innovation (Sector-wise):

An innovation that has been initiated for the first time and has the great potential in both growth and monetary aspect needs to be IP protected. This award would be for the organization which was able to effectively used IPR for timely protecting their innovation. This could be a product or a process, but will need to show innovation and original thought. Nominations are open for all the sectors (like pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, media, BFSI, etc.).

Best organization for IP Commercialization (Sector-wise):

This category recognises the organization that has not only successfully gained IPR but also effectively commercialized it. This could be product or process involving innovation and original thinking will be rewarded. Nominations are open for all the sectors (like pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, media, BFSI, etc.).

Best IP Team of the Year (Sector-wise):

This award would mark the best collective IPR achievement in legal teamwork within an organization. Contenders should be able to demonstrate that ideas and efforts from individual team members have also contributed towards the overall initiative. Nominations are open for all the sectors (like pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, media, BFSI, etc.).

Best R&D Organization for IP Patent (Sector-wise):

This award will recognise the dynamic application by R&D organization for patenting the work or product through a strategy that incorporates IPR as well. Nominations are open for all the sectors (like pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, media, BFSI, etc.).



Awards for Law Firms:

This award would be presented to the law firms who have spent years practicing IP law and protecting the interests of IP owners. Their prowess has been recognized by the organisations for whom they have worked. The firm should also be able to demonstrate a commitment towards their role with respect to IPR.