Tag: Trademark

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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

Dettol v. Devtol: Delhi HC imposed Rs.1 Lakh Cost On Devtol

  RECKITT BENCKISER (INDIA) PVT. LTD v. MOHIT PETROCHEMICALS PVT. LTD. & ANR. [1] Facts: The Plaintiff (“Dettol”) has by notice objected defendent (“Devtol”) to use infringe mark as of Plaintiff. Accordingly, Plaintiff approached the Delhi HC. The Cousel appearing for Defendant accepted the summons and notice of application sent by Plaintiff. The Cousel appearing…
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June 1, 2020 0

HORLICKS Vs COMPLAN: Comparative Advertisement

  HORLICKS LIMITED & ANR. Vs. ZYDUS WELLNESS PRODUCTS LIMITED CS(COMM) 464/2019 Delhi HC FACTS: The plaintiffs is a renowned corporations and adopted the trademark HORLICKS in the year 1943 which is registered in its favour in various classes. Plaintiffs’ product HORLICKS is being sold in many countries around the world in different formulation in…
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May 29, 2020 0

Barbie Girl Case: Trademark Infringement

FACTS: A movie, released on 24th November, called “Tera Intezaar”. “Tera Intezaar” was a Sunny Leone and Arbaaz Khan starrer.  The movie wasn’t released at the time of the Order’s issue (22nd November). The song was released on 8th of november and the plaintiffs, around 15th November, 2017, came across a music video on YouTube…
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May 27, 2020 0