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Accession Of Madrid Protocol By Malaysia
The move was long overdue since 2013 as Malaysia was previously one of the two members of ASEAN Countries that were yet to accede to the Madrid protocol.
Malaysia
26 Jul 2019
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Accession Of Madrid Protocol By Brazil
After years of discussion, a political step has finally pushed Brazil towards the "no longer" inevitable position of acceding to the Madrid Protocol.
Brazil
26 Jul 2019
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Chur Chur Naan On Trial: Praveen Kumar Jain v. Rajan Seth & Ors
In the streets of Delhi that are brimming with diverse street food vendors from chandni chowk to jama masjid, from chole bhature to gol gappas.
India
25 Jul 2019
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Bombay High Court Imposes Strict Measures On Proprietor For Violating Temporary Injunction Orders
The Hon'ble Bombay High Court in a recent judgment in the case of Cargil India Private Limited vs. M/s.M.M.Oil Enterprises dated May 16, 2019 has taken a strict view on the violation of temporary injunction orders by ...
India
25 Jul 2019
5
Trade Mark Registry Required To Send A Mandatory Notice Under Section 25(3) Of The Trade Marks Act Before Removing A Trade Mark From The Register: Delhi High Court
Recently, in an order passed by the Delhi High Court in the case of Vijay Kumar Salwani vs. Union of India, Hon'ble Justice JR Midha held that Section 25(3) of the Trade Marks Act is mandatory and the Trade Mark Registry ...
India
25 Jul 2019
6
Only 14 Days Left To Avoid Hiking Of Fees In Canada
The Canadian Government in 2014 proposed amendment to the Trademarks Act.
Canada
31 May 2019
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Doctrine Of First Sale Limited To Selling The Branded Item In The Same Condition When It Was First Sold: Delhi High Court
Recently, in an order passed by Delhi High Court in the case of Patanjali Ayurved Limited v Masala King Exports Trading Pvt. Ltd. & Ors. held that the doctrine of first sale which cuts off trade mark owner's rights ...
India
1 Apr 2019
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The National Policy On Software Products 2019
The Union Cabinet on February 28, 2019 has approved the National Policy on Software Products to develop India as a Software Product Nation and aims to formulate several schemes, initiatives, projects and measures ...
India
1 Apr 2019
9
Landlords' Liability Against Counterfeit And Pirated Goods
As per International Trademark Association "Counterfeiting" is a practice of manufacturing, importing/exporting, distributing, selling or otherwise dealing in goods, often of inferior quality, under a trademark that is identical to ...
India
1 Apr 2019
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Can ‘Kaka' Be Registered As A Trademark? Arun Chopra V. Kaka‐Ka Dhaba Pvt Ltd & Ors.
Deciding a trademark is the most crucial step for any brand. As per the trademark law, a mark needs to have distinctive quality and should not be generic.
India
26 Mar 2019
11
Government Notifies Revised Fee Structure For Trademarks
Government Notifies Revised Fee Structure For Trademarks
Pakistan
26 Mar 2019
12
Fast Action Protocol For IP Matters At The Mobile World Congress 2019
The admission of protective letters will be resolved on the same day of its filing
India
1 Mar 2019
13
Myanmar: New Trademark And Industrial Design Law Have Been Enacted
As per the current bill, GI applications are also included as a subsection of trademarks law.
India
1 Mar 2019
14
Gujarat Blocks Another GI Tag: The ‘Pethapur Block' Paintings
Recently, the Government of Gujarat was granted Geographical Indication (GI) Tag for ‘Pethapur Block painting' vide registration no. 585 in respect of printing blocks.
India
27 Feb 2019
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Calcutta High Court On Trademark Infringement
It further submitted that there was no prior use of the same by any third party.
India
3 Jan 2019
16
Commercialization Of GI Tags By States In India
The main problem in such commercialization is the threat it poses to the genuineness of the Geographical Indications granted.
India
6 Dec 2018
17
‘Chota Bheem' Goes To Delhi HC Over Sale Of Fake Products
The matter has now been posted to November 13 for further hearing.
India
4 Dec 2018
18
Attending Hearings via Video Conferencing
This is a very positive step in increasing efficiency.
India
7 Nov 2018
19
Serial Cybersquatting/ Mala Fide Domain Registrations: A Valid Argument In Favour Of Bad Faith In Domain Dispute Cases
In the case domain dispute proceedings are instituted, the cybersquatter only loses a domain or two.
India
14 Sep 2018
20
Tata Sons Granted INR 10,00,000 By Delhi High Court In Infringement Case
The Delhi High Court in the case of Tata Sons Limited & Anr V. Krishna Kumar granted INR 10,00,000 (USD 14307) as damages to the Plaintiffs in light of the Defendants' illegal and infringing activities.
India
9 Sep 2018
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