One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Delhi - Advocate Manisha T Karia

Advocate Manisha T Karia

LawRato Verified
LawRatoLawRatoLawRatoLawRatoLawRato 5.0 | 5+ user ratings
LawRatoDefence Colony, Delhi
LawRato24 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Arbitration, Civil, Consumer Court, Criminal, GST, High Court, Patent, Supreme Court, Tax, Trademark & Copyright
Language(s) Spoken: English, Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi
Advocate Manisha T. Karia is an Advocate-on-Record in the Supreme Court of India having more than 16 years of experience of practice in Mumbai and New Delhi. She completed her LLB in year 2000 from ILS Law Collage, Pune and started her practise with leading law firms in Mumbai specialising in corporate, tax, and intellectual property laws. She shifted her base to New Delhi in 2004 and since then has been practicing independently before Supreme Court of India, High Court of Delhi and other forums such as Company Law Board, erstwhile MRTP Commission, Competition Commission of India, Competition Appellate Tribunal, National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission, State Consumer Commission, Employees’ Provident Fund Appellate Tribunal, National Green Tribunal, Appellate Tribunal For Electricity and Debt Recovery Tribunal etc.

Advocate Manisha has been practicing and handling cases independently with a result oriented approach, both professionally and ethically and has now acquired excellent professional experience in providing legal consultancy and advisory services.

Advocate Manisha provides services in various fields of civil matters, matters relating to taxation, service law, consumer protection, insurance, family disputes, arbitration, rent control, criminal, prevention of corruption, negotiable instruments, environment, intellectual property rights, company law, land acquisition, cooperative societies, tender matters etc. Before Supreme Court of India she has represented corporate as well as individual clients in civil as well as criminal matters involving Special Leave Petitions, Writ Petitions, Transfer Petitions, Statutory Appeals and other Miscellaneous Applications. She also has been handling high-end Tax litigations before Supreme Court of India and representing more than 300 corporate and individual clients.

Advocate Manisha has been representing multi-national and Indian companies, public sector undertakings, statutory bodies, governments and private individual clients. She is co-author for the book “Electronic Evidence” published by Lexis-Nexis Butterworth. She has been regularly writing Articles in legal magazine, FLAIR published by All India Reporter. She is a trained Mediator from International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution, New Delhi and has successfully handled several mediations. She has been appointed on the panel of advocates for State of Maharashtra before Supreme Court of India since 2014.

Advocate Manisha is in the panel of National Council for Teachers Education (NCTE). She is also in the panel of Amicus Currie of the Supreme Court of India since 2014. She has extensively spoken on various subjects at national and international conferences including at National Judicial Academy, Bhopal and in National Seminar on Current Issues on Taxation Laws held in January, 2014 at ILS Law Collage, Pune in 2014, National Conference for Women CA members under the aegis of Women Members Empowerment Committee of ICAI, HO organised by Pune Branch of WIRC of ICAI
  • Competition Commission of India
  • Delhi High Court
  • National Commission (NCDRC)
  • National Green Tribunal (NGT)
  • Supreme Court Of India

Recently Contacted Lawyers in Delhi

Popular Reviews

There are no reviews yet for Advocate Manisha T Karia. Please consult the lawyer through LawRato if you wish to leave a review.

Questions Answered by Advocate Manisha T Karia

Q: Received mail for copyright infringement what to do

We are a small bakery. Received a mail from a international shoe/apparels brand owner that we have used their logo in our cake. Does it come in copyright infringement? If yes then how can we resolve this issue as we were not aware ?

Advocate Manisha T Karia answered
You can reply to the notice with unconditional apology and delete the said logo or photo of cake in which you have used that logo. It is strange that for such a small issue you have been served with legal notice. There is nothing to worry and write the correct fact that due to unawareness and inadvertently for decoration you have used the said logo and you undertake to not use it again. This should serve the purposes.

Q: IP technology transfer between company & University of Delhi

I need to create an technology Transfer agreement between University of Delhi food department and my company. They will unconditionally transfer technology for making diabetic cookies to my company. The technology (recipes, process etc) for these cookies has been created by the University Department. Which type of lawyer do I need for that? University is at Delhi and My company HQ is at Alibag, Maharashtra. Is the location of the lawyer important in this matter?

Advocate Manisha T Karia answered
you need a lawyer who can review and draft technology transfer agreement and negotiate with University. Incidentally, I have roots in alibag. you can select any lawyer your comfortable with who is well worst with IT and IP law drafting of such agreement

Q: Should vakkalat to enable an attorney be filed in legal sheet

Hello dear attorneys. I made a post a few hours ago asking about the type of paper that MUST be used for filing in Supreme Court and if it has to be Green Legal size paper and if not done so it will be NOT accepted by the Court.; The problem is I am in USA and the regular paper is called A4 size (which is 8.5 inches by 11 inches). I can get in green color but I can not get it in Legal size. Should i send this A4 paper Vakkalat and send it to the court office (via a lawyer) or will it be summarily rejected. Please advise. PS: My earlier post said Caveat petition and that is incorrect. I am asking about filing a Vakkalat to enable an attorney to represent my interest in the court. Thanks and apologies for wasting your time. God Bless

Advocate Manisha T Karia answered
Vakalatnama to be filed before Supreme Court can be printed on white paper (legal size) i.e. full scape white paper (21.5 cm x 34.5 cm). In case your unable to find this paper you can print on any other size bigger than A4 size.

Q: Supreme Court the highest court of appeal & final judgement

We have a 14 year old case - not being able to get the tenant out of our apartment in Chennai, India. It is going from court to court on appeal and now the tenant is going to Supreme Court i New Delhi (he lost in the Chennai High Court). Any idea how long it will take to get the judgement. If the tenant loses in Supreme Court can he appeal to any other higher bench?

Advocate Manisha T Karia answered
In supreme Court Tenant (a party who wants to challenge judgment of High Court) required to file Petition with 90 days from date of receipt of certified copy of the order. Supreme Court to complete formalities of registering and listing the petition may take 30-50 days. Therefore it will take hardly 4-5 months much less than your 14 years wait. Mostly supreme Court dismiss Tenants petition in one hearing and grant 3 months or up to 6 months or one year time to vacate premises. There is no appeal against Supreme Court order and supreme court is last highest court. Only review can be filed within 30 days of supreme Court order but that also get dismissed by circulation. At best you can file caveat at this stage and oppose granting more time to vacate. Let me know in case you have any further queries or need any further assistance in supreme court in this regards.

Q: Clarification of sec 509 IPC and sec 67 of IT Act

One of my co workers is threatening me with some objectionable pictures he has of me. To prove that he is capable of sending them, he sent them to one of my friends also. I have already put in a sexual harassment case in the company against him, but the worry remains for the pictures that he has of me and what he might do of them. He has already been threatened by the office seniors that if he tries to circulate them or contact me how so ever, there shall be termination as well as a police complaint. I am now inclined to make a police complaint without waiting for the results of the office committee so that I can get my pictures deleted from his possession. I want to approach the police under 509 IPC and 67 IT act, will that be the right approach. Please guide me further. I really need help

Advocate Manisha T Karia answered
A complaint for cyber-harassment can be filed under section 66 (depending where has got the photo’s from) and 67 IT Act, section 509 of the IPC (“word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman”) may also be invoked against the offender. It better you go ahead with complaint before cyber cell.

Frequently Asked Questions about Advocate Manisha T Karia

Can Advocate Manisha T Karia represent me in court?

Yes, Advocate Manisha T Karia can represent you in court. The lawyer is trained to present your case in the most effective way possible.

What should I bring to my initial consultation with Advocate Manisha T Karia?

When you meet with Advocate Manisha T Karia for an initial consultation, it is important to bring any relevant documents or information with you. This may include documents related to your legal issue, such as contracts or court orders, as well as any other relevant information, such as a list of questions or concerns you have about your case.

How do I prepare for my initial consultation with Advocate Manisha T Karia?

Before your initial consultation with Advocate Manisha T Karia, it can be helpful to think about the specific legal issue you are facing and any questions or concerns you have about your case. You should also gather any relevant documents or information that you think may be helpful in understanding your situation.

What should I expect during my initial consultation with Advocate Manisha T Karia?

During your initial consultation with Advocate Manisha T Karia, you can expect to discuss the specific legal issue you are facing and the details of your situation. Lawyer will ask you questions to get a better understanding of your case and will provide you with information about your legal options and any potential outcomes.

How do I communicate with Advocate Manisha T Karia?

It is important to communicate with Advocate Manisha T Karia regularly to stay updated on the progress of your case and to discuss any new developments or concerns you may have. You can communicate with the lawyer through phone calls, emails, or in-person meetings.

How much does it cost to hire Advocate Manisha T Karia?

The cost of hiring Advocate Manisha T Karia can vary widely. Some lawyers charge hourly rates, while others charge a flat fee for their services. Some also offer free initial consultations to discuss your case. Kindly contact the lawyer directly to enquire about the fee.