Advocate Meenu Chandra
Joint Director, FICCI CASCADE

Advocate Meenu Chandra is the Team leader for the FICCI Committee Against Smuggling and Counterfeiting activities Destroying the Economy (FICCI CASCADE) as well as the Corporate Laws and Corporate Governance Division. She has publications on ACTA, Anti-Counterfeiting, IP and Competition law.

Meenu holds an experience of 14 years and is a Masters in International Trade with Distinction from the University of Essex (UK). Prior to FICCI, she had been leading the International Commercial and IP practice of a law firm based in New Delhi, where her emphasis has been on developing strategies for clients to enable them to minimise commercial risks through pre-emptive contract management, negotiation, conflict management and compliance management strategies. She has also been previously engaged in policy debates through her role as a WTO and IP Committee member in ASSOCHAM and now plays an active role at FICCI in taking these debates forward.

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