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Delhi High Court Critiques Bare Denials And Decrees A Suit, Finding Suzuki A Well-Known Mark
In its latest judgment on trade mark infringement, the Delhi High Court in the case of Suzuki Motor v Suzuki (India) Limited, passed a decree under Order XII Rule 6 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 ...
India
5 Aug 2019
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Contempt In An Intellectual Property Dispute Can Land One In Prison
In Cargil India Private Limited v M/s. M.M. Oil Enterprises (Notice of Motion No 1107 of 2019 in COMIP No. 425 of 2017), the Bombay High Court (Court) has once again passed a notable order whereby the Court imposed a sentence ...
India
4 Jun 2019
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Geographical Indication And Its Use As Service Marks
Interestingly, the suit was also held to be barred by limitation.
India
3 Jun 2019
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Counterfeiting – No More A Cake Walk
The Bombay High Court has passed an unprecedented order in Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation Vs Kishor D Jain & Anr (Notice of Motion (L) No 810 of 2019 in COMIP (L) No 383 of 2019) imposing costs ...
India
8 May 2019
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High Court Of Delhi: A Composite Suit For Design Infringement And Passing Off Is Maintainable
In relation to the first issue, the Special Bench held that a plaint cannot be rejected on the ground of misjoinder of causes of action.
India
9 Jan 2019
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Delhi High Court Clarifies The Extent Of ‘Safe Harbour' Provisions For Intermediaries
On 2 November 2018, the Delhi High Court (High Court), in Christian Louboutin SAS v Nakul Bajaj and Others (Civil Suit No. 344/2018) has laid down certain guiding principles in respect of liability of e-commerce platforms ...
India
13 Nov 2018
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Bombay High Court Imposes Heavy Costs On A Habitual Infringer
In, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd v Galpha Laboratories Limited and Ors [Notice of Motion (L) NO. 1890 of 2018 in COMIP (L) No. 1063 of 2018], the Bombay High Court...
India
31 Aug 2018
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No Exclusivity Over The Use Of The Word "Malabar", Rules Supreme Court
Parakh had instituted an infringement and passing off suit against Baroma Agro Product (Baroma) for the latter's use of the mark "MALABAR GOLD" in relation to biryani rice.
India
23 Aug 2018
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Restraint In Monopolising The Entire Class
In M/s Nandhini Deluxe v M/s Karnataka Co-operative Milk Producers Federation Ltd (Civil Appeal Nos. 2937-2942 of 2018 with Civil Appeal No. 2943-2944 of 2018), the Supreme Court of India ...
India
20 Aug 2018
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No Relief For Toyota From Supreme Court In The Prius Matter. Decision May Have Implications On The Provisions Of Well-Known Mark.
The Supreme Court of India (Supreme Court) has affirmed the order of the Division Bench of the Delhi High Court (Division Bench) permitting the use of the mark PRIUS by Prius Auto.
India
14 Dec 2017
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Update: Guidelines Issued For Determination Of Well-Known Mark By The Registrar Under The New Trademark Rules, 2017
Further to our Newsflash dated 2 June 2017 on the captioned subject, the Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks (CG) has issued/published slightly revised guidelines...
India
6 Jun 2017
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The Trade Marks Rules, 2017
The Trade Marks Rules, 2017 (New Rules), which repeals the Trade Marks Rules, 2002 (Repealed Rules), have come into effect from 6 March 2017.
India
14 Mar 2017
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Full Bench Bombay High Court Holds Infringement Claims Based On Trademarks Used As Part Of Corporate Name Will Be Governed Only By Section 29 (5) of TM Act
On 1 March 2017, the Full Bench of Bombay High Court, in the matter of Cipla Limited v Cipla Industries Private Limited, has held that claims for infringement of registered trademarks...
India
6 Mar 2017
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Prior Registration Of A Mark Is Of No Assistance If The Use Of The Same Is Commenced After Twelve Years
The Supreme Court of India (Supreme Court), giving credence to the ‘first in the market' test
India
14 Oct 2015
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Supreme Court's Decision On Jurisdiction Likely To Have Impact On IP Litigation Strategies
IPRS and Advance Magazine (collectively referred to as the plaintiffs) had filed suits for copyright infringement and trademark infringement, respectively, in the High Court of Delhi on the ground that they had a branch office in Delhi.
India
16 Sep 2015
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