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This decision of the Delhi High Court deals a major blow to Google, which may have to rethink its Google Ads programme.
12 January 2022
Zino Davidoff SA has prevailed in a dispute with Ramsons Perfumes Pvt Ltd over the use of the mark CHAMPION and a dumbbell-shaped bottle for perfumes.
06 January 2022
UPL’s first lead global trademark counsel reveals how one of the world’s biggest agricultural solutions companies protects its reputation for innovation in sustainability.
15 December 2021
Tata Sons failed to prevent Hakunamatata Tata Founders and others, which deal in cryptocurrency under the name/mark TATA COIN/$ TATA, from using the trademark TATA.
19 November 2021
The Delhi High Court has clarified that a passing-off suit is not covered by the scope of Section 124 of the Trademarks Act and need not be stayed during the pendency of rectification proceedings.
29 October 2021
The manufacturer of the Woods incense sticks has failed in its attempt to prevent a competitor from using the mark HEAVEN WOOD.
13 October 2021
Continuing our focus on online marketplaces in India that brand owners should monitor, local experts also reveal common enforcement mistakes and how they can be overcome.
07 October 2021
In the latest instalment identifying the digital marketplaces that brand owners should monitor as part of their global anti-counterfeiting efforts, we head to India.
06 October 2021
When faced with a similar prior mark in an availability search, a typical workaround is to add a house mark to the proposed mark. This decision of the Division Bench of the Bombay High Court highlights that such solution may not always work.
23 September 2021
The Delhi Public School Society has been granted an injunction for the second time in a dispute over the use of the words ‘Delhi Public School’ and a crest logo.
07 September 2021
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