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Inventive Step analysis requires a rigorous examination, not surface analysis, says the Delhi High Court.

In this case the Delhi High Court set aside an order of the Controller of Patents refusing a patent application. The refusal order was set aside as it lacked proper reasoning as required for inventive step analysis. Continue Reading Inventive Step analysis requires a rigorous examination, not surface analysis, says the Delhi High Court.

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Trademark opposition timelines are mandatory, and must be complied strictly, says the Delhi High Court

In this case, the Delhi High Court explored if a trademark opposition be ‘deemed as abandoned’ if there was a delay in service of evidence by the opponent in the opposition. The Court also explained whether the timelines mentioned in the Trade Marks Act and Rules are mandatory or not. Continue Reading Trademark opposition timelines are mandatory, and must be complied strictly, says the Delhi High Court

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Method of producing ‘protein enriched blood serum’ is not a method of treatment under Section 3(i), says the Delhi High Court

Delhi High Court reviewed whether new objections can be raised at the hearing stage of a Patent Application. The Court examined the claims and the refusal order, from the purview of Principles of Natural Justice. Continue Reading Method of producing ‘protein enriched blood serum’ is not a method of treatment under Section 3(i), says the Delhi High Court

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'Sri Sharanam Ayyappa', ‘Dengue Don' , and ‘Raashee’, Trademark Case Decisions

‘Sri Sharanam Ayyappa’, ‘Dengue Don’ , and ‘Raashee’, Trademark Case Decisions

Recent trademark rulings by the Delhi and Bombay High Courts address infringement and damages in cases involving ‘Sri Sharanam Ayyappa’, ‘Dengue Don’, and ‘Raashee’ trademarks. Continue Reading ‘Sri Sharanam Ayyappa’, ‘Dengue Don’ , and ‘Raashee’, Trademark Case Decisions

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Where can you file Trademark Rectification Petitions

Where can you file Trademark Rectification Petitions? The Delhi High Court refers the question to a Larger Bench

Delhi High Court refers the question of filing jurisdiction for trademark rectification petitions to a larger bench, seeking clarity on whether it’s limited to the trademark office’s jurisdiction or any High Court. Continue Reading Where can you file Trademark Rectification Petitions? The Delhi High Court refers the question to a Larger Bench

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Deadline for Public Comments on New Trade Mark Draft Rules 2024 Ends Today, February 9th, 2024

Deadline for Public Comments on New Trade Mark Draft Rules 2024 Ends Today, February 9th, 2024

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s deadline for feedback on the Trade Mark Draft Rules 2024 ends today. Key updates include new definitions and electronic communication. Continue Reading Deadline for Public Comments on New Trade Mark Draft Rules 2024 Ends Today, February 9th, 2024

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Use of the Trademark 'Candlelight’ for Musical Concerts

Use of the Trademark ‘Candlelight’ for Musical Concerts restrained by the Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court restrains Festival House Immersive from using ‘Candlelight’ for concerts, in a notable trademark case filed by Fever Labs, a global live entertainment platform. Continue Reading Use of the Trademark ‘Candlelight’ for Musical Concerts restrained by the Delhi High Court

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Product by Process Patent Claims are Product Claims, not Process Claims, rules the Delhi High Court

Product by Process Patent Claims are Product Claims, not Process Claims, rules the Delhi High Court

In a landmark decision, the Delhi High Court clarifies the nature of product by process patent claims in the ferric carboxymaltose dispute between Vifor International and MSN Labs. Continue Reading Product by Process Patent Claims are Product Claims, not Process Claims, rules the Delhi High Court

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Use of Akshay Tanna's persona and reputation on social media for investment scams taken down

Use of Akshay Tanna’s persona and reputation on social media for investment scams taken down

The Delhi High Court has mandated the takedown of fraudulent social media activities exploiting Akshay Tanna’s reputation for investment scams Continue Reading Use of Akshay Tanna’s persona and reputation on social media for investment scams taken down

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