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Joint Suit Allowed For Design Infringement, Passing Off
A special bench of five judges of Delhi High Court in its judgment in Carlsberg Breweries v Som Distilleries and Breweries Limited held that a composite suit that joins two causes of action is maintainable.
India
22 Feb 2019
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Would Delay Defeat Interim Relief In Infringement Actions Under The Indian Trademarks Law?
One of the well-known principles of equity is -Law supports the vigilant and not the indolent. How important is vigilance on the part of the proprietor of an infringed trademark in getting relief in the action for infringement/ passing off? This article is an analysis of the recent case laws (limited to the year 2005) on extent and the circumstances under which the delay would be fatal to an action for infringement or passing off under the Act. In an action for infringement, it is commonplace fo
India
10 Nov 2005
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Software Piracy - Indian Court Orders for Damages
The recent decision of Delhi High Court in the case – Microsoft Corporation vs. Yogesh Papat & Anr.,pertaining to "Piracy of Software", has once again established the resolve of the Indian Judiciary to take up Intellectual Property matters upfront.
India
5 Aug 2005
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