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DishTV Obtained Favourable Order Against The Use Of The Mark DD FREE DISH
The Delhi Court has recently held that the word DISH may be generic to the business of cooked food or utensils, but surely not to providing television service.
India
20 Sep 2019
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Delhi High Court Injuncts Unauthorised Audio Broadcast Of ICC World Cup By Various Websites And Radio Channels
Giving tough competition to the climate, the Cricket World Cup Fever is soaring high on the temperature scale. Every brilliant shot is already in the headlines
India
16 Jul 2019
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Copyright 2019
The word "original" has not been defined in the Copyright Act, 1957 ("the Act"), but has derived its connotation through case laws.
India
24 Oct 2018
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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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John Doe Orders Bring Light In Dark Age Of Digital Piracy
Every day, news reports evidence the ubiquitous and perilous nature of digital piracy.
India
6 Nov 2017
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Movie Titles Entitled To IP Protection?
As a popular saying goes, first impression is the last impression - when it comes to movies what better for a first impression than a striking title. A title that is catchy and unique finds an instant place in the minds of the audience.
India
4 Feb 2016
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THE JOHN DOE – Starring: Bollywood And Legal Complexities
The advancement in digital technology has allowed copyright owners to disseminate their work across borders at the click of a button.
India
18 Aug 2015
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The Magical World Of Animation
Have you ever caught yourself humming Ek Chidiya, Anek Chidiya?
India
4 Apr 2014
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“Hari Puttar” Succeeds: Warner’ Injunction Plea In Vain
In the much talked about suit "Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. v. Harinder Kohli and Ors." [IA No.9600/2008 in CS(OS) 1607/2008] Warner Bros. to Delhi High Court to seek an interim injunction on the use of the title “HARI PUTTAR”.
India
20 Oct 2008
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