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European Union General Court On Acquired Distinctiveness – Adidas Three Stripes Case
Adidas appealed the invalidity decision, claiming that its mark had in fact acquired distinctive character through usage.
India
9 Sep 2019
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Compensation For Deficiency Of Services By A Doctor
But the treating doctor called back the Complainant only at 10.30 p.m. as she was out of station.
India
9 Sep 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
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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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Philips Standard Essential Patent Judgement: Game-Changer Or Cliffhanger!
As it has done time and again in the past, the Delhi High Court once again became the beacon of progress of Intellectual Property jurisprudence in the country, when on July 12th, 2018 Justice Mukta Gupta delivered ...
India
1 Apr 2019
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Section 69 (2) Of Indian Partnership Act, 1932 Does Not Bar Filing Of A Suit Based On Dishonour Of A Cheque
The Delhi High Court in the case of M/S. Hindustan Infrastructure Construction Corporation Limited & Anr. V. M/s. R.S. Wood International, ruled that when the suit was purely based on the liability created under ...
India
28 Feb 2019
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‘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
8
Aadhaar Gets Supreme Court Approval
With the rapid proliferation of digitalization in India, the tech-driven e-platform provides an interface for provision of multiple services.
India
12 Nov 2018
10
Force Majeure Clauses In Contracts
The advent of civilization in human life gave birth to various forms of interactions amongst the individuals.
India
19 Sep 2018
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Supreme Court Upholds NGT Decision For CNG Buses/Coaches At IGI Airport
Focusing on the objective of environmental protection and creation of legal framework in this regard, the Government of India enforced the National Green Tribunal Act, 2010.
India
18 Sep 2018
12
Summons Now Also Via WhatsApp
In the modern age, technology makes information available just at the click of a button. All major services are readily in the electronic media.
India
12 Sep 2018
13
Delhi High Court Awards Damages To The Tune Of INR 10 Lakhs For Infringement Of The Trademark ‘Shine.Com'
The present suit had been filed by the Plaintiffs against the Defendants for using the domain name "CLICK2SHINE.COM" which was deceptively similar to the registered trademark of the Plaintiffs', "SHINE.COM".
India
9 Sep 2018
14
International Arbitration To Unlock The Stalemates
The parties dealing in cross-border transactions are aware about the complexities involved in the nature of their commercial handlings.
India
7 Sep 2018
15
Delhi High Court Awards Damages Worth 10 Lakhs For Patent Infringement
The Hon'ble Delhi High Court in a recent judgement in the case of, Vior (International) Ltd. & Anr. v. Maxycon Health Care Private Ltd., held that the acts of the Defendants for unauthorized manufacturing and selling of patented product ...
India
3 Sep 2018
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Supreme Court Says That Mere Reference To The 1940 Arbitration Act Will Not Render The Entire Arbitration Agreement Invalid
In April 2014, the Respondents filed a civil suit for declaration, damages, accounts and permanent injunction against the Appellant.
India
24 Aug 2018
17
Radio Mirchi Wins Against Radio Nasha At The Delhi High Court
The Delhi High Court recently in the case of Entertainment Network (India) Ltd. v. HT Media Limited, held that the mark ‘RADIO NASHA' of HT Media Limited was deceptively similar...
India
23 Aug 2018
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Bombay High Court On Whether Courts Can Be Defined As ‘State' Under Article 12 Of The Constitution?
‘State' as defined by Article 12 of the Indian Constitution is ‘unless the context otherwise requires, "the State" includes the Government and Parliament of India and the Government...
India
22 Aug 2018
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Delhi High Court Restricts The Infringement Of The Mark ‘John Deere'
In the last week of October 2017, the Plaintiffs came to know that the Defendants were manufacturing, selling, exporting and advertising infringing products under the mark MALKIT...
India
20 Jul 2018
20
Delhi High Court On The Link Between Cause Of Action And Jurisdiction
Therefore, it was alleged this Court has no territorial jurisdiction to entertain this suit and the plaint be returned.
India
18 Jul 2018
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