Anand Ahuja

Anand Ahuja Associates (New York)
Lawyer (Owner)

ANAND AHUJA specializes in business transactions, international business law and transactions, trade law, licensing agreements, joint ventures law, artificial intelligence and data privacy law, internet and computer law, trademarks, media and entertainment law, right to privacy and publicity law, social media law and defamation law, constitutional law, real estate, matrimonial law, wills and trusts, government contracts and procurement law, preparation of bids and proposals, and immigration etc. Mr. Ahuja is a U.S. citizen born in India. He is admitted in New York, Connecticut, Virginia, U.S. Court of International Trade, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut, U.S. District Court; Southern District of NY, U.S. District Court; Eastern District of NY, and India. Mr. Ahuja holds an LL.M. (International Business Law); an LL.M. in Labor Laws; LL.B. (JD); M.B.A. (Personnel Management & Labor Welfare); M.B.A. (Business Management); a Diploma in German language; a Postgraduate Diploma in Gandhian Philosophy, besides his M.A. (Major: International Relations) and B.A. (Honors) degrees. Mr. Ahuja has worked as an Attorney (Trademarks) at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, as an Of Counsel to Aitken Irvin Lewin Berlin Vrooman & Cohn, LLP, a Washington, D.C. based law firm specializing in the international business law, as a Consultant to M&M Consultants in Massachusetts, as a General Counsel to Soft Computer Consultants in New York, and Regional Manager at The Oriental Bank of Commerce, India. Mr. Ahuja has worked as an Adjunct Faculty at Baruch College [City University of New York], New York, NY, as an Adjunct Faculty and taught International Business at the USDA Graduate School, Washington, D.C; and as Adjunct Faculty at Howard University. He has been on numerous legal panels/a guest speaker to various institutions of management sciences and law including Continuing Legal Education programs.

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