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40% Increase Recorded in Disposal through Trademark Hearings this Week, 8% Decrease in Registrations Granted this Week and more

Trademark Statistics

40% Increase Recorded in Disposal through Trademark Hearings this Week, 8% Decrease in Registrations Granted this Week and more. These statistics have been compiled from the official journal of the trademark office published weekly on Mondays. INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS Last week, the Indian Trademark Office had an overall increase in its working capacity as can be seen from the statistics in the table below. The total number of applications disposed through show cause hearings has increased by forty percent (40%). Similarly, the total trademark applications examined by trademark office have increased by twenty three percent (23%), with a decrease of thirty four...

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Fox Files Trademark for Viral Internet Phrase “OK Boomer”, Darjeeling Green and White Teas Registered as GI, Can Artists Use Trademarks in Their Works?, and more

Trademark News

  Fox Files Trademark for Viral Internet Phrase “OK Boomer”, Can Artists Use Trademarks in Their Works?, Darjeeling Green and White Teas Registered as GI, Qatar Tourism Council Wins Cybersquatting Case against Travel Booking Site, and more brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsel. INDIAN TRADEMARK UPDATES Centre Cracks Down on Brands Illegally Using ‘Agmark’ Hatsun, the largest private sector dairy company in India, is among 33 companies that have been directed to cease using the ‘Agmark’ certification mark on their products in Tamil Nadu. The ‘Agmark’ certification mark is employed on agricultural products in India, indicating conformance to the...

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Increase of 91% in Applications Disposed Through Show Cause Hearings, Decrease of 2354 in Applications Published This Week

Increase of 91 percent recorded in the total applications disposed through Show Cause Hearings, a decrease of 2354 in the number of applications published in the Trademark Journal this week and more. These statistics have been compiled from the official journal of the trademark office published weekly on Mondays. INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS Last week, the Indian Trademark Office had an overall increase in its working capacity as can be seen from the statistics in the table below. The total number of applications disposed through show cause hearings has increased by ninety one percent (91%). Similarly, the total renewals notices issued have increased...

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Sex and the City Bakery Comes to Bangalore, Case Closed: HBO Nabs TrueDetective.com, Drake v. Canada ft. Cannabis, Adidas and Prada: Blurring the Lines between Sportswear and Luxury Fashion, and more

Sex and the City Bakery Comes to Bangalore, Case Closed: HBO Nabs TrueDetective.com, Drake v. Canada ft. Cannabis, Adidas and Prada: Blurring the Lines between Sportswear and Luxury Fashion, and more brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsels. INDIAN TRADEMARK UPDATES No Stars for Biryani M Anees Ahmed, the proprietor of Ambur Star Biryani Hotel in Vadapalani, Chennai, won an injunction against Raja, the proprietor of Dindigul Star Briyani in Karur, for the use of the suffix ‘Star Biryani’ in the names of the latter’s restaurants in Tamil Nadu. Mr. Ahmed claimed that several unscrupulous traders, like Mr. Raja,...

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Can You Own a Colour? T-Mobile/Deutsche Telekom Certainly Thinks So, Bentley Disrobed by Bentley Clothing, Medi-cured via Compromise, The Harry Potter Accessories Juggernaut, and more

Can you Own a Colour? T-Mobile/Deutsche Telekom Certainly Thinks So, Bentley Disrobed by Bentley Clothing, Medi-cured via Compromise, The Harry Potter Accessories Juggernaut Doesn’t Stop, and more brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsel. INDIAN TRADEMARK UPDATES Medi-cured via Compromise Medicare Hygiene Ltd., an Ahmedabad-based manufacturer and exporter of medical products, had filed a trademark-infringement suit against Vivan Medicare Pvt. Ltd., another medical products manufacturer. The suit alleged that the latter’s use of the word ‘Medicare’ and the ‘medi’ as a prefix and suffix in the names of its products encroached upon Medicare Hygiene’s trademarks, causing confusion amongst consumers....

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Decrease of 60% in Disposal Through Trademark Hearings This Week, 1832 Less Applications Published in Trademark Journal This Week and more

Decrease of 60 percent recorded in the total applications disposed through Show Cause Hearings,  decrease of 1832 in the number of applications published in the Trademark Journal this week and more. These statistics have been compiled from the official journal of the trademark office published weekly on Mondays. TRADEMARK QUOTE OF THE WEEK "A brand is nothing but an expression of the consumer’s loyalty and trust." - Phil Dusenberry INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS Last week, the Indian Trademark Office had an overall decrease in its working capacity as can be seen from the statistics in the table below. The total number of applications disposed through...

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Flipkart Declared a Well-Known Trademark, “What It Do Baby” Trademark, What What?, Fashion Brand Beaumont Cannot Have Beaumont.com, Odisha Gets Ready for More GIs, and more

Flipkart Declared a Well-Known Trademark, Blockchain CODA takes on CODRA, “What It Do Baby” Trademark, What What?, Fashion Brand Beaumont Cannot Have Beaumont.com, and more brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsels. INDIAN TRADEMARK UPDATES Flipkart Declared a Well-Known Trademark Flipkart, the famed e-commerce company, filed for a permanent trademark injunction to restrain Somasundaram Ramkumar from using the trademark FLIPPINGKART and the domain www.flippingkart.com. Flipkart argued that they are the registered owners of the trademark FLIPKART which was adopted in 2007 and Somasundaram has unauthorizedly registered the domain www.flippingkart.com in 2017 to encash upon the reputation and goodwill of...

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Decrease of 53% in Disposal of Trademark Hearings this Week, 407 More Applications Published in the Trademark Journal this Week and more

Trademark Statistics

Decrease of 53 percent recorded in the total applications disposed through Show Cause Hearings, 407 more applications published in the Trademark Journal this week and more. These statistics have been compiled from the official journal of the trademark office published weekly on Mondays. INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS Last week, the Indian Trademark Office has had a mixed week. The total number of applications disposed through show cause hearings has decreased by fifty three percent (53%). Similarly, the total hearing notices issued has decreased by twenty four percent (24%). However, there has been an increase of eleven percent (11%) in the total number of...

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SpongeBob Goes to the Moon, Kanye West’s Sunday Service Denied Registration, Trademark Win for MakeMyTrip, and more

SpongeBob Goes to the Moon, Trademark Win for MakeMyTrip, and more, brought to you by the Trademark Attorneys at BananaIP (BIP) Counsel. INDIAN TRADEMARK UPDATES Trademark Win for MakeMyTrip One of the largest online travel companies of India, MakeMyTrip (MMT), filed for a permanent trademark injunction to restrain MakeMyTravel from using the trademarks ‘Make My Travel’, MMT, the tagline ‘Dreams Unlimited’ and the domain www.makemytravelindia.com.  MMT started using the brand name since 2000 and has presence all across India and several other countries abroad. MMT argued that owing to its widespread goodwill and reputation in its MakeMyTrip marks, the public and trade has...

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22% Increase in Trademark Registrations this Week, 62 Renewal Notices issued This Week and more

22% Increase in Trademark Registrations this Week, 62 Renewal Notices issued This Week and more. These statistics have been compiled from the official journal of the trademark office published weekly on Mondays. INDIAN TRADEMARK STATISTICS Last week, the Indian Trademark Office has had a mixed week. The total number of applications disposed through show cause hearings has increased by four percent (4%). Similarly, the total registrations granted has increased by twenty two percent (22%). However, there has been a decrease of five percent (5%) in the total hearing notices issued. Weekly Indian Trademark Statistics Particulars Last Week This Week Change in % Total Trademark Applications Examined by Trademark...

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