Monday, October 14, 2019
Delhi HC restrains entity from using mark, color scheme of Malabar Gold Aditi Singh October 2 2019 The Delhi High Court recently restrained an entity from using any...
Delhi HC passes directions on documents to be mandatorily filed with plaint in trademark infringement matters Aditi Singh September 29 2019 The Delhi High Court has passed a...
................long delay in filing an application under Section 124 of the Trademarks Act, 1999 (‘Trademarks Act’) cannot be held to be an act of abandonment, particularly when the Act does not prescribe any time limit for the filing of...
.....when a distinctive mark enjoys enormous goodwill and reputation in a specific field or sector, then unauthorized use of the said mark in relation to an unrelated field or sector would be impermissible inasmuch as there would be the...
The Court granted a decree of permanent injunction restraining the Defendant from infringing and passing off the Plaintiff’s mark “JEERU” by adoption of a deceptively similar mark in respect of beverages. In arriving at this decision, the Court gave...
The Court vacated the previous interim orders granted in favour of the Plaintiff restraining the Defendants from using the Plaintiff’s mark “THEOBROMA” in respect of bakery products. At the hearing, the Defendants stated that there was no entity by...
The dispute between the Parties arose on account of the Petitioner’s alleged infringement of the Respondent’s mark “EVER BAKE” by using an identical mark in respect of running a restaurant. The Petitioner had filed an application for the rejection...
The dispute between the Parties arose on account of the Appellants’ alleged infringement of the Respondents’ mark “DA MILANO” by advertising and offering to sell products under an identical mark of the Respondents. The Court observed that Appellants did...
NON-REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL No(s). 5775 OF 2019 (Arising out of SLP(C)No.2910 of 2016) U.C. SURENDRANATH Appellant(s) VERSUS MAMBALLY’S BAKERY Respondent(s) J U D G M E N T BANUMATHI, J. Leave granted. 2. This appeal arises out of judgment and order...
CLAIM IN APPEAL The first plaintiff is owner and publisher of the weekly news magazine "INDIA TODAY" which has a significant  holding in its sphere of activity, since 1975. It was found that the first Defendant had applied for registration of...

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