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Trademark Specialist - Premsai Chandrasekaran

Patent and trademark attorney Premsai Chandrasekaran

Premsai Chandrasekaran
Trademark Specialist
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Premsai is an Attorney from India. Having obtaining his Bachelor of Academic Law (B.A.L.), LL.B. (First Class), he was called to the bar and admitted as an Advocate on the rolls of the Karnataka State Bar Council. Premsai then obtained his Master of Laws (LLM) from the National University of Singapore, having been awarded the ‘Ella Cheong Intellectual Property Scholarship’ by the Faculty of Law, NUS.

While in law school, Premsai was awarded a Gold Medal for the ‘Best Research Paper’ at the Nani Palkhivala Memorial National Tax Research Paper Competition organized by the Government Law College in association with the All India Federation of Tax Practitioners and the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal Bar Association of Mumbai. He also stood 2nd in ‘Analysis 07’, a national level legislative analysis competition organized by PRS Legislative Research, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi.

Premsai has immense organizational experience, having served as a core committee member of numerous committees in law school. He also served as a Founder Member/ Editor of a legal magazine, during his days as an undergraduate.

Premsai is extremely passionate about law and technology. His areas of interest/ expertise include inter alia Intellectual Property Laws, Technology, Media & Telecommunication Laws.

He is also a keen sports enthusiast, having won numerous state and national-level inter-Law School/ University shuttle badminton tournaments.

LLM in Intellectual Property & Technology Law, National University of Singapore, Singapore
B.A.L., LL.B. (First Class), Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore, India
Advanced Course on ‘Biotechnology & Intellectual Property’, WIPO Worldwide Academy, Geneva, Switzerland
Diploma in Cyber Laws, Asian School of Cybear Laws, Pune, India
General Course on Intellectual Property, WIPO Worldwide Academy, Geneva, Switzerland
A course on ‘IPRs & Information Technology in the Internet Age’, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi, India


College Of DuPage’s College Theater Presents Non-Traditional, Gender-Blind Staging Of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” At The McAninch Arts Center March 3-20 College of DuPage (COD) College Theater presents William Shakespeare's psychological drama "Julius Caesar," directed by Carl Lindberg at the McAninch Arts Center's intimate Studio Theatre, March 3-20. A preview will be held Thursday, March 3 at 8 p.m. Opening is Friday, March 4 at 8 p.m. Please note: This show contains adult language and themes. To emphasize the timelessness of Shakespeare's classic drama, director Lindberg has chosen to set the play in the 1920s and use gender-blind casting, with the roles of both Julius Caesar and Brutus played by women. "Julius Caesar," is one of several plays written by Shakespeare based on true events from Roman history. "Beware the ides of March" and "Et tu, Brute?" are famous lines from this epic tale that begins when Caesar returns to Rome as dictator but his closest friends and peers are determined to change who is in charge. Says Lindberg, "The production illustrates how a villain may be viewed as a hero, and a hero, a villain. The central characters all appear to want what is best for their city of Rome, just as our civic leaders do for our modern day communities. But Shakespeare makes us contemplate the frailty of man. . . and not so much the end, but the means to that end and how much are we willing to pay to achieve it." The cast for "Julius Caesar," hails from 14 Chicago suburbs including Addison, Aurora, Bensenville, Bloomingdale, Carol Stream, Chicago, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Glen Ellyn, Lemont, Lombard, Naperville, Westmont and Winfield. It features Leo Aiello (Strato), Miky Belmonte (Cinna), Michael Bunn (Calphurnia), Jacob Coats (Cassius), Cally Cortado (Decius), Anita Constabile (Casca), Nathan Cozzi (Octavius), Samantha D'Alberti (Blacksmith), Victoria Depa (Pindarus), Mollie Early (Shopkeeper), Kennedy Hayes (Publius), Kayla Lewis (Antony's Servant), James Martuzzo (Lucius), Koshie Mills (Portia), Olivia Morgan (Ligarius), Jordan Morris (Cobbler), Phoebe Newton (Soothsayer), Richard Petry (Metellus Cimber), Alex Price (Julius Caesar), Nakia Satterwhite (Cicero), Jennifer Schwartz (Carpenter), Marisa Warner (Marcus Brutus) and Patrick Wood (Antony). pre bonded hairThe design team includes Chicago's Carl Lindberg (director), Aurora's Michael Moon (scenic/properties/sound design), Chicago's Kimberly Morris (costume/ makeup/hair design), Glen Ellyn's Jon Gantt (lighting design) and John Tovar (fight and movement choreography). Naperville's Renata Hatcher is stage manager. Assistant stage managers are Victoria Depa, Mollie Early and Auguste Pilelyte. Carl Lindberg (director) has worked as an actor and directed throughout the country at prominent theaters including Chicago's Lookingglass Theatre, Remy Bumppo Theatre Co., and Oak Park Festival Theatre. "Julius Caesar" is his second College of DuPage College Theater production after previously directing "Earth & Sky." Buffalo Theatre Ensemble credits include "Moon Over Buffalo" (Paul) and "Tuesdays With Morrie" (Mitch Albom). Carl is an adjunct professor within the COD's Theater Department. Offering an Associate in Arts degree, the COD College Theater Department offers a variety of courses including Acting I and II, Acting for the Camera, Audition, Dance Theatre I and II, Directing, Improvisation, Stage Combat - Armed and Unarmed, Stagecraft, Stage Management, Stage Movement, Stage Make-up, Technical Production, Theater Appreciation and Voice Over Acting. Support is made possible by a generous gift from the College of DuPage Foundation's Dr. Donald and Helen (Gum) Westlake Fund for Student Productions. College of DuPage (COD) College Theater presents William Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar, in the intimate Studio Theatre of Glen Ellyn's McAninch Arts Center, 425 Fawell Blvd. March 3-20. Running time is approximately two hours with one intermission. A preview will be held Thursday, March 3 at 8 p.m.; opening is Friday, March 4 at 8 p.m. Performances are Thursday-Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. Pre-show discussion with designers and director: Thursday, March 3 at 6:45 p.m. Post-show discussion with director and actors: Friday, March 11. Tickets are $14 adult, $12 senior and student. For tickets or more information call 630.942.4000 or visit AtTheMAC.org. Two daytime School Stage performances will take place 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 8 and Wednesday, March 9. Tickets for these performances are $8. These performances are appropriate for grades 9th-12th. For more information call 630.942.2220. This item was posted by a community contributor. To read more about community contributors, click here.

Former College of DuPage student Alexis Reisch has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to study neuroscience in Sweden. Recipients of Fulbright awards are selected on the basis of academic and professional achievement as well as record of service and demonstrated leadership in their respective fields. Reisch, originally from Lagrange Highlands, graduated this spring from the Honors College at the University of Illinois at Chicago with a bachelor's degree in Neuroscience and will leave in September for Linköping University in Sweden. "My project, 'Exposure to Early Life Trauma as a Risk Factor for Impaired Emotion Regulation,' will examine how childhood... § College of DuPage has announced 129 incoming students as Scholars Award recipients for fall 2016. The awards fall into two categories: Presidential, a 64-semester hour full tuition scholarship, and Board of Trustees, which is $2,500 per year. Earl Dowling, Vice President of Student Affairs, said this year's scholars reflect high levels of academic achievement, with average GPAs of 4.17 on a 4.0 scale and average ACT scores of 29. This year's Presidential Scholars are as follows (listed by hometown and then with high school attended): Addison: Catherine Burlage, Addison Trail; Atika Hermani, Addison Trail Aurora: Vanessa Hadweh Smith, Waubonsie Valley; Eric... remy hair extensions The Interior Design program at College of DuPage has received seven-year reaccreditation from the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) for the Kitchen and Bath Design certificate. When the NKBA initially granted endorsement status to the program, College of DuPage was one of only two colleges in Illinois to offer a Kitchen and Bath Design certificate accredited by NKBA. The seven-year maximum reaccreditation reflects upon the high quality of COD's program, said Jane Kielb, Coordinator and Assistant Professor of COD's Interior Design program. "Most professionals working within the kitchen and bath industry are affiliated with NKBA," she said. "The...

The College of DuPage Dance Department will present its second annual Choreographers Showcase at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 6, in the Playhouse Theatre at the McAninch Arts Center at the Glen Ellyn campus, 425 Fawell Blvd. Eight choreographers were chosen from a highly competitive group of submissions. Artists include Hayley Ader, Francesca Baron, Paige Deets, Taylor Mitchell, Joe Musiel, Sarah Olson, Selena Robinson and Amy Szabo. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three scorers,   based on creativity and originality. In addition, one participating choreographer may also be chosen to serve as a featured guest at a COD Dance Showcase in the 2016-2017 academic year. One... § College of DuPage, in partnership with the McAninch Arts Center, will host a free concert by "Chicago" tribute band Brass Transit at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26, at the Lakeside Pavilion on the Glen Ellyn campus, 425 Fawell Blvd. The concert, which includes fireworks and giveaways, kicks off a yearlong celebration of the College's 50th anniversary. Over the next year, the College will host free on- and off-campus events to highlight the institution's robust history and continued service to students and District 502 residents over the past half-century. Featured events include the COD Food Truck Rally and Sunset 5K on Sept. 17 and a Homecoming Reunion and Homecoming Game... perruques cheveux naturels College of DuPage will host a free seminar for senior citizens about the dangers of scams from 1 to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25, in the Homeland Security Education Center, Room 1022, on the College's Glen Ellyn campus, 425 Fawell Blvd. These workshops are free and open to the public. Presented by representatives from the Illinois Attorney General's Office and the Federal Trade Commission, this workshop will cover steps senior citizens can take to protect themselves and fight back against scams, as well as information on what victims of identity theft can do to mitigate damages. Funded through a grant provided by Motorola Solutions, this series is designed to inform... § New College of DuPage President Dr. Ann Rondeau shares her vision for COD during a video interview posted at www.cod.edu/president. "I am humbled and honored to serve this great institution," said Dr. Rondeau, who began her tenure as the College's sixth president on July 1, 2016. "I am ready and eager to get to work to support the students, faculty, staff, alumni and the broader College of DuPage community. We are a student-centric college that believes in helping our students reach their greatest personal and professional potential." Dr. Rondeau is a past president of the National Defense...

Registration is now open for the 2016 College of DuPage Food Truck Rally & Sunset 5K on Saturday, Sept. 17. Advance registration is $19.67 for individuals (to commemorate COD's opening in 1967 and its 50th anniversary), $5 for currently enrolled COD students (limitations apply) and $5 for the 100-Yard Youth Dash. Registration fees for children ages 5 to 12 and participants over 60 is $10. Participants who recruit three additional people to register for the 2016 event at the discounted price of $10 will receive a free race admission for next year's 2017 Food Truck Rally & Sunset 5K event. Click here for more information and to register. Sponsored by DuPage Medical... § New College of DuPage President Dr. Ann Rondeau, Board Chairman Deanne Mazzochi, Board Secretary Frank Napolitano and Trustees Charles Bernstein and Joe Wozniak walked the route of the Glen Ellyn July 4 parade with COD athletes, faculty, staff, student ambassadors and additional members of student clubs and organizations to celebrate Independence Day and begin a yearlong celebration of the College's 50th anniversary. The McAninch Arts Center, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, will kick-off the College's 50th with a free concert by Brass Transit, a Chicago cover band, fireworks and giveaways at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 26. Click here for a complete list of all 50th anniversary... § McAninch Arts Center, located at 425 Fawell Blvd. on the campus of College of DuPage (COD) in Glen Ellyn, opens the 2016 Lakeside Pavilion Free Outdoor Summer Series July 14 at 8 p.m. with "Mary Poppins," (1964) starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke. Following "Mary Poppins" its Disney's "Aladdin" (1992) featuring the Academy Award-winning song "I Could Show You the World" and the voices of Robin Williams as the Genie and Gilbert Gottfried as the parrot, Iago ( July 21). The film series wraps up Thursday, July 28 with the most recent film in the popular Star Wars series, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" (2015). All movies begin at dusk... perruques cheveux College of DuPage will host a free information session on the College's Paralegal Studies program from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 27, in the Berg Instructional Center, Room 2726, on the College's Glen Ellyn campus, 425 Fawell Blvd. Working under the supervision of an attorney, paralegals help provide high-quality, cost-effective legal services to the public or private sector. Paralegals are engaged in an increasingly wide range of tasks, including assisting lawyers in civil and criminal trials and hearings, real estate closings, investigations and corporate matters. For more information about this session, contact Paralegal Studies Program Coordinator Sally Fairbank... § Class is in session at Rydell High this summer. The College of DuPage College Theater production of "Grease" runs July 7-17 in the college's Playhouse Theater. Performances are at 7 p.m. Thursday to Sunday. The musical is directed by COD Director of Theater Connie Canaday Howard. She's directed it once before, as her thesis in graduate school. It hasn't been done at The Mac since 1984 or '85, to her knowledge. She's happy to bring the senior class of 1959 back. "We were looking for a piece that had lots of energy that we could produce in the Playhouse, that had name recognition and would really excite the students," she said. "All of that is...

Welcome! Come on in! As you open this web page I am delighted to welcome you and invite you inside the extraordinary place known as College of DuPage. Whether you are taking a class online and working full time, fulfilling credits to transfer, working toward a degree, supplementing other studies, enhancing your skills in a current career, or are entering higher education for the first time - we are here for you. We stand alongside you today and will be here alongside for you tomorrow. We serve you. With a deep sense of purpose and enormous satisfaction, we serve and help to reveal potential, create confidence, build pride, teach and impart knowledge, and establish new... § Ann Rondeau has a firm handshake, an even gaze and the experience of having once restored order and morale to an institution where the leader was dismissed amid a financial scandal. Rondeau, a retired three-star Navy vice admiral, began her new job Friday as president of the College of DuPage with the goal of renewing confidence and transparency tattered by fiscal tumult that led to the firing of the school's former president. Robert Breuder was fired as president by the school's board of trustees in October after a Chicago Tribune investigation uncovered wide-ranging spending abuses, including hundreds of thousands of taxpayer and donor dollars spent by him and other senior... lace front wigs College of DuPage Architecture student Matthew Ziemer recently earned the top prize at the second annual Coalition of Community College Architectures Programs student design competition. Fellow COD student Douglas Lemley received Honorable Mention in the competition. Winners were announced at the CCCAP's annual conference held last month in Philadelphia. Ziemer's design (pictured) incorporates a series of levels to coexist with a series of plateaus found at Blackwell Forest Preserve in Wheaton. In keeping with the natural theme, Zeimer's material choices, sun shades and solar panels reduce the chapel's carbon footprint. More than 100 students from 13 community colleges... § College of DuPage student Ugne Narbutaite has been selected as the student representative for the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) Student Advisory Committee. Narbutaite (Aurora) will begin her year-long term of service on July 1 and fills the seat previously held by COD student Stephanie Torres. Stephanie Quirk, coordinator of Student Activities at College of DuPage, said this is only the second time that back-to-back terms have been served by students from the same institution. "To say we are thrilled is an understatement," Quirk said. "Ugne will be a wonderful student representative to ICCB." Narbutaite didn't even know the position...

Marcus Theatres is awarding $12,000 in academic scholarships to its associates who have displayed above-and-beyond dedication to maintaining a strong and challenging academic career. Of all associates who applied across the company's 53-theatre circuit, one of the winners is an Addison student. Hector Sanchez of Marcus Addison Cinema has been named one of the eight winners. Hector plans to fulfill his general education requirements at College of DuPage this fall. He will then transfer to a full-year college to study computer engineering. When Hector is not studying or helping customers at Addison Cinema, he enjoys reading and practicing Rubik's cube, which he can solve in less... § Participants (above) learn about the history of tallgrass prairies in Illinois, the restoration of the College of DuPage prairies, the role of fire in tallgrass prairie and characteristics of a more than 100 species of native Illinois plants found throughout the 18-acre Russell R. Kirt prairie preserve on COD's campus in Glen Ellyn. Click here to see more photos of the free tour. A glimpse of the time when tallgrass prairie still existed plentifully in the area, the College's prairie areas serve as an outdoor classroom in the biological sciences, enabling students an opportunity to gain real-world experience in field-based research. Additional free tours of the Russell R. Kirt... § The College of DuPage board of trustees adopted a balanced budget for fiscal year 2017 that takes into account a funding shortfall from the state and resurrects financial support for a reinstated theater company. With operating funds revenue at $173.3 million and expenditures of $172.9 million, the college will have a balanced budget, despite not receiving all the state funding that was expected in the current fiscal year. Fiscal year 2017 begins July 1, which is also the start date for the incoming college president, Ann Rondeau. "I hope that everyone will understand that the board is engaged not only through this budget, but in other ways, in trying to be... cosplay wigs For the third consecutive year, five College of DuPage students are participating in prestigious summer chemistry research internships through the College Foundation's Resource for Excellence Grant program. Valentina Guarino of Wood Dale and Colin Kelliher of LaGrange are at Northwestern University, and Gareth Chavez of Darien, Michael Giurini of Naperville and Kai Libby of Wheaton are at Hope College in Michigan. The Resource for Excellence Grant program provides funding to test new ideas, pilot new programs or methods, or conduct research. Chemistry Professor Richard Jarman and Assistant Chemistry and Biochemistry Professor Gary Roby secure funding through the grant... § Sally Ketcher is proof a person is never too old to fulfill their dreams. When many of her contemporaries were counting down the days to retirement, the Naperville woman was graduating from college at age 65 and starting a career in nursing. Nearly a quarter of a decade later, the nearly nonagenarian is still working part time as a nurse at a senior living facility in Lombard. Many of her patients are younger than Ketcher, who will turn 90 in September and just renewed her nursing license for another two years. "That's the funny part," said Ketcher, her face lighting up with an ear-to-ear grin. "There are a couple people in their 100s and a few... § During the lunch rush at Waterleaf, the College of DuPage's restaurant, Roxanne Strutynsky plated piece after piece of panna cotta as her classmates added garnishes of peaches in wine. It was the first day of the first summer in which the eatery is being run entirely by students. Last August, the professionals running it were ousted by the College of DuPage board of trustees after a Chicago Tribune investigation found spending abuses by former college President Robert Breuder. The board left operations to the college's hospitality and culinary students under the supervision of faculty members. "I love this," said Strutynsky, 26, of Glen Ellyn. "It's what it...

Registration is under way for College of DuPage fall New Student Orientation sessions. Three free sessions will be offered from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, Aug. 9 to 11, in the McAninch Arts Center at the Glen Ellyn campus, 425 Fawell Blvd. Registration is required. Students who register by Friday, June 24, will receive a free gift. The free sessions include information on Student Life, Financial Aid, Student Services and other important first-year topics. Participants also have the opportunity to meet current COD students, faculty and staff, and enjoy a free lunch. NSO attendees receive valuable information on where to find assistance, how to use... § Glenn Perricone begrudgingly embarked on a service learning project at College of DuPage and discovered a career. As he started his second year at College of DuPage, Perricone enrolled in "Environmental Ethics," which required him to complete 15 hours of service learning. He was not looking forward to the experience. "I was a very high-strung and stressed Political Science student and found such a commitment annoying," he said. "Nevertheless, a week or two later, I found myself walking through the volunteer fair looking at a plethora of amazing volunteer opportunities that the College had set up. I walked past a table without even gazing at it when a... § College of DuPage College Theater presents brings Rydell High to life in a production of Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey's "Grease" Thursday, July 7, to Sunday, July 17. Performances are 7 p.m. in the McAninch Art Center's Playhouse Theatre on the Glen Ellyn campus, 425 Fawell Blvd. Click here for a cast list. In 1959, Rydell's senior class, including Danny, Sandy, Rizzo and Kenickie, navigate the last days of high school, learning about themselves and their relationships. The popular musical debuted in Chicago in 1971 before moving to New York, where it garnered seven Tony Award nominations. It was adapted for the screen in 1978 and starred Olivia Newton John, John...