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CASE BRIEF : Parvesh Kamboj & Ors. vs The Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks

Facts The Delhi High Court (the Court) merged four Writ petitions filed under Article 226/227 of the Constitution of India. The Petitioners had been restricted from exercising their right u/s 21 of Trademarks Act, 1999, to file an opposition against various trademark applications within 4 months of them being accepted and advertised. The Petitioners wanted to file an opposition for a trademark in view of the extension of limitation granted by the Supreme Court in 2020 in view of…

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Supreme Court restores order extending time limits indefinitely, asks why Government is not invoking compulsory licensing provisions and more

In this week’s patent news and updates - Supreme Court restores order extending time limits indefinitely; Supreme Court asks Government why it is not invoking compulsory licensing provisions; US publishes infamous "Special 301 Report", places India on priority watch list; USPTO organizing series of free webinars on Industrial designs / design patents Indian Patent Updates Supreme Court restores order extending time limits indefinitely The Supreme Court on Tuesday, i.e., April 27th restored its order from last year…

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