Category: Intellectual property rights

Madras HC Has Restrained Pathanjali Ayurved From Using Trademark “CORONIL”

  The Madras High Court has restrained the Pathanjali Ayurved from using the Plaintiff’s registered Trademark “Coronil” till July 30, 2020. (M/s.Arudra Engineering Private Limited v. M/s.Pathanjali Ayurved Limited) Facts: The Plaintiff is a Private Limited Company named Arudra Engineering Pvt. Ltd., is engaged in the business of chemical cleaning and manufacturing of Material Handling…
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July 24, 2020 0

Delhi HC Has Issued Summons Against Club Factory To Restrain Sale Of Goods With LV Logo

The Delhi HC has issued summons in a suit brought by the luxury brand Louis Vuitton Malletier (Plaintiff) against the e-commerce website Club Factory(Defendant) seeking to restrain the sale of any goods with the Plaintiff’s logo/trademark on the Defendant’s platforms. (Louis Vuitton Malletier vs Futuretimes Technology India Pvt Ltd) The Club Factory was one of…
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July 11, 2020 0

Delhi HC Has Restrained Manufacturer From Using DPS Logo On Masks [Read Order]

The Delhi HC has restrained defendant from manufacturing mask printed with Delhi Public School Logo. (Delhi Public School Society vs Manish Tripathi) In the first week of June, 2020 the plaintiff (DPS Society) received video from Mr. Mansoor Ali Khan, who is running Delhi Public School in Bangalore and Mysore in collaboration with the plaintiff…
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July 9, 2020 0

Delhi HC Has Passed An Injunction Restraining The Defendants From Using Trademark “VOLVO”

The Delhi HC on 29th June 2020 granted an interim injunction against the Mantis Technologies Pvt. Ltd. to stop them using the Plaintiff’s Trademark “VOLVO” in their website, domain name and trade name. Facts of the case: – The plaintiff (VOLVO) claim that they adopted the registered trademark and the corporate name “VOLVO” on 05.05.1915.…
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July 6, 2020 0
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“ISKCON” Is A Well-Known Mark In India: Bombay HC

Section 2(1) (zg) of Trade Mark Act, 1999 defines “Well-known” trade mark. Inshort, well-known trademark means a mark which has become so to the substantial segment of the public which uses such goods or services tha the use of such mark in relation to other goods or services would be likely to be taken as…
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June 30, 2020 0

Lifebuoy vs. Dettol: An Old Battle Of Disparagement

Reckitt Benckiser (India) Ltd. vs Hindustan Unilever ltd (2020): Read Complete Judgment Click Here DETTOL (Plaintiff) vs. LIFEBUOY (Defendant) There is long history of series of disputes arising on the ground of Disparagement (act of making unflattering statements against someone or something.) between the Plaintiff (Dettol) and Respondent (Lifebuoy). The latest case being about RB…
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June 15, 2020 0