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Law Respects Possession –Understanding The Concept Of Adverse Possession
In India, persons are not permitted to take forcible possession.
India
12 Sep 2019
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Court Has The Jurisdiction If An Infringing Mark Is Used On Interactive Website And Social Media Handles
The Delhi High court in the case titled Exxon Mobil Corporation v. Exoncorp Private Limited vide its judgment dated July 16, 2019 granted an injunction restraining the Defendant from using the mark EXON ...
India
5 Sep 2019
3
Second Time Also Not Myshow!!
Over the years, laws relating to Intellectual Property Rights in India have witnessed rapid growth and significant development.
India
5 Sep 2019
4
Volatility Of Perceptions On Moral Rights: India's Approach
Moral rights have been associated with jurisprudential theory of property wherein one's property is viewed to be nothing but an extension of his personality.
India
2 Aug 2019
5
The Advent Of Hot-Tubbing In India
The role of experts and their testimony in highly technical matters is indispensable.
India
17 Jul 2019
6
Delhi High Court Directed IPAB To Hear And Dispose Of Urgent Matters
The IPAB was formed in 2003 under the provisions of the Trademarks Act, 1999 to expedite the disposal of trademark appeals and rectification/cancellation cases by an expert tribunal.
India
17 Jul 2019
7
Importance Of Expert Testimony In Patent Cases
The grant of a patent invariably follows a thorough examination by expert patent examiners of the patent offices.
India
3 Jul 2019
8
Calculating Punitive Damages In Infringement
Although there have been several intellectual property (IP) infringement cases in India, most of the time the litigants either settle the dispute out of court or are satisfied with a permanent injunction.
India
25 Jun 2019
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No ‘Mini Trial' At Interim Injunction Stage
The division bench of Delhi High Court, in its judgment dated 24 January 2019, upheld the single judge's order refusing interim injunctions against the use of similar designs of Crocs footwear.
India
9 May 2019
10
Evolving Principles For Award Of Punitive Damages
The principles involved in award of damages in intellectual property (IP) litigation in India have seen much evolution in the recent past.
India
22 Jan 2019
11
Patents In Asia 2018/2019: India
Top legal experts in India provide an exclusive insight into the country's patent prosecution and litigation strategy for 2018
India
11 Dec 2018
12
Summary Judgment: A Robust Tool To Curb Unnecessary Trial
With more than Twenty Seven million cases pending in the subordinate Courts across the country, there is a need to look beyond the traditional methods.
India
14 Nov 2018
13
RADIO NASHA Held To Be Similar To PEHLA NASHA
The Delhi High Court in the passing off case - Entertainment Network (India) Ltd. v. HT Media Ltd. (CS(COMM) 179/2016 & IA No.3316/2016) granted temporary injunction in favour of the Plaintiff, vide judgment dated July 13, 2018.
India
28 Sep 2018
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Delhi High Court Awarded Damages On FRAND Terms In A SEP Infringement Litigation
In one of the first decisions pronounced after a full trial of a patent infringement suit related to ICT domain, the Delhi High court upheld that Philips's Patent IN184753 was a valid standard essential patent in respect of DVD playback technology and was infringed by the Defendants.
India
17 Jul 2018
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Delhi High Court Grants Injunction In An Ex-Parte Suit, But Avoids Awarding Punitive Damages And Well Known Status
In a recent case Verizon Trademark Services LLC (Plaintiff) &Ors v. Mr. Parth Solanki &Anr (Defendents) reported in 2018 (73) PTC 192 [DEL] ...
India
21 Mar 2018
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Flashback 2017 - Supreme Court Of India On Trademark Jurisprudence
The year 2017 has been instrumental in shaping the evolving IP Jurisprudence in India, with the Hon'ble Supreme Court having decided and heard several matters inter alia pertaining to the Trade Marks Law.
India
1 Mar 2018
17
Court Differs With View That All Publicity Is Good
In the past few years, this seems to have become a mantra for businesses.
India
10 Jan 2018
18
Toyota Prius – Rise Of Territoriality Over Universality
The Apex court's decision of December 14, 2017 in the case of Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha v Prius Auto Industries Ltd & Ors (Civil Appeal Nos. 5375-5377 of 2017) affirming the decision...
India
5 Jan 2018
19
No Mini Trial In Temporary Injunction Application
Relying on the Supreme Court's judgment in Anand Prasad Agarwalla v Tarkeshwar Prasad (2001 5 SCC 568), the Delhi High Court recently noted that, when deciding whether to grant an injunction application,...
India
27 Nov 2017
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Grants Of Punitive Damages Signal Growing IP Protection
Damages, as the name implies, refers to a form of compensation as a result of breach, loss or injury.
India
13 Aug 2017
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