What India’s adoption of the international exhaustion regime means for brand owners
In a landmark judgment, a division bench of the Delhi High Court has held that Indian trademark law follows the principle of international exhaustion of trademark rights. The decision raises questions over how brand owners can tackle the issue of parallel imports into the country, but one counsel tells WTR that the judgment should not be viewed as a setback for the enforcement of trademark rights in India.
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