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Navigating Trademark Distinctiveness: Indian Court Decisions Unfold - Part 6

Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India Part – 6

Delving deeper into the nuances of trademark law, "Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India, Part-6" presents a fresh compilation of judgments where the courts took a stand on the distinctiveness and proper examination of trademarks. This segment emphasizes the courts' role in meticulous adjudication, shaping the legal landscape for trademark protection. "What Do You See?" is not devoid of distinctive character, says Delhi High Court. In a recent decision, the Delhi High Court set aside an order of the…

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Trademarks in the courtroom Part 5

Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India Part – 5

Dive into the intricacies of recent Indian courtroom decisions that transformed trademark refusal narratives, illuminating the path for brands contesting registration challenges. Discover the judiciary’s commitment to detail in Part-5. Continue Reading Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India Part – 5

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Indian trademark case highlights

Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India Part – 4

Our exploration continues in Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India Part - 4, focusing on Indian trademark case highlights. This segment reviews crucial judgments regarding user affidavits and the handling of trademark refusal orders, pivotal aspects of the trademark registration process. Cases pertaining to user affidavit: Unreasoned refusal of Shell’s drum trademark application set aside The Delhi High Court has recently set aside an order of the Trademark Registrar refusing a trademark application by Shell for a drum logo…

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Noteworthy trademark decisions India

Trademarks In The Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions From India Part – 3

BananaIP Counsels presents Part-3 of "Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India," continuing our exploration of significant trademark judgments. This edition succinctly examines recent court decisions that shape India's trademark landscape. Letters Patent Inter-Court Appeal is permitted in trademark rectification petitions, says Delhi High Court. In a case involving the trademarks, PhonePe and PostPe, and variations of Pe, the Delhi High Court stated that Inter-Court appeals under clause 10 of the Letters Patents are available with respect to dismissal of…

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Trademarks In The Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions From India Part - 2

Trademarks In The Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions From India Part – 2

In our ongoing series, "Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India," BananaIP Counsels brings forth Part - 2, highlighting critical judgments from the Indian judiciary. Each judgment encapsulates key facets of trademark law, helping readers grasp the essence of pivotal decisions. Bennett Coleman Strengthens Rights in NOW Trademark, Court Limits Use of VNOW Bennett, Coleman and Company Limited filed a rectification petition to rectify the registration of the mark "VNOW" owned by VNOW Technologies Private Limited for specific services under…

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Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India [Part-1]

Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India [Part-1]

Welcome to Part 1 of “Trademarks in the Courtroom: Noteworthy Decisions from India,” brought to you by BananaIP Counsels. This edition delves into recent significant judgments related to Trademark Law in India, offering an analytical perspective on key rulings that have shaped the trademark landscape. Trademark squatting: 1. Delhi High Court orders removal of a trademark squatter’s registration. The Delhi High Court has asked the Registrar of Trademarks to remove the BPI Sports trademark registration of Saurabh Gulati from the register…

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Deciphering India’s Design Law - Part 3

Deciphering India’s Design Law: A Series on Noteworthy Judgments (Part 3)

Welcome to Part 3 of "Deciphering India’s Design Law: A Series on Noteworthy Judgments," presented by BananaIP Counsels. In this continuation of our in-depth exploration into Design Patents in India, we provide succinct notes on various judgments, grounded in meticulous analysis and aimed at demystifying the intricacies of the legal outcomes. Engage with us as we traverse through the legalities, providing clarity and understanding on pivotal rulings and their implications for design law within the nation. Novelty test: Mug, Tub, and…

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Deciphering India's Design Law - Part 2

Deciphering India’s Design Law: A Series on Noteworthy Judgments (Part 2)

In the second installment of our series on Design Patents in India, BananaIP Counsels presents an analysis of critical judgments that define the scope and interpretation of design law in the country. These rulings offer clarity for stakeholders and contribute significantly to the evolving legal framework surrounding designs. The claim for infringement not established: No Design Infringement of Hipster Alcohol Bottle Design Alcobrew's bottles do not prima facie infringe the registered 'Hipster' bottle design of Diageo says Delhi Court. While rejecting…

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Key Judgments on Movie Rights Assignments from Madras High Court | BananaIP Counsels' Insights

Key Judgments on Movie Rights Assignments from Madras High Court | Case Notes

In the world of cinema, especially in a country as diverse and film-centric as India, the legal intricacies surrounding movie rights play a significant role in the industry's functioning. From satellite rights to digital rights, the manner in which these rights are assigned or transferred often leads to disputes, necessitating clarity from the judiciary. Here at BananaIP Counsels, we bring to you a collection of recent judgments from the Madras High Court that shed light on such complexities, specifically in…

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Recent Cases on Data Protection and Privacy in India

Recent Cases on Data Protection and Privacy in India

In today's world, our personal information is often shared and stored online. It's important to know how this information is protected and what rights we have if someone misuses it. Here at BananaIP Counsels, we're sharing recent cases from India that deal with these issues. These cases will help you understand what the law says about data protection and privacy. Data privacy violation by ex-employee: Ex-employee injuncted from using the prior employer's client and pricing data, and the commission was appointed…

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