Krithika Narayana specializes in IP and technology law.
Ms. Narayana has a broad range of experience in IP law, including patent litigation analytics, tech startup issues, and digital copyright law.
Ms. Narayana obtained a degree from Stanford Law School with a focus on science and technology law. Her areas of specialization include IP & antitrust issues and internet & technology law.
Ms. Narayana is also a qualified attorney licensed to practice in India. She has considerable experience consulting on high technology IP and patent litigation matters in India. She has worked in the largest law firm in the Asia-Pacific region and has consulted on international multi-jurisdictional transactions.
Ms. Narayana has particular expertise in international IP and technology policy issues. She has consulted with the governments of India, Iraq and Bangladesh on matters of national IP and internet policy issues. Her recommendations to the Indian government on the country’s digital copyright policy were accepted by the Indian Parliament and included in the latest amendment to India’s copyright law. She also consulted on patent litigation matters and specifically on software patent litigation, a nascent field of technology law in India.
Ms. Narayana obtained a law degree from National University of Juridical Sciences, a premier law school in India. She began her law practice in New Delhi, India and clerked for the Honorable Justice B.N. Srikrishna on the Supreme Court of India, the country’s highest court.
Ms. Narayana has served as a member of the board of Stanford’s Law and Technology Association. She has also served as the associate editor of Stanford Technology Law Review and Stanford Law and Policy Review.
Ms. Narayana is the recipient of the Microsoft National IPR Scholarship in 2008 in India. She is also the recipient of a mentorship scholarship for mentoring aspiring young startup entrepreneurs in TJY 2010, an annual and highly exclusive entrepreneurship program for Indian youth.
* not admitted to practice in the U.S.