Tag: HIGH COURT OF DELHI

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CASE BRIEF : Havells India Limited. vs. Shanghai CET Electric Co. Ltd. & Ors.

Facts of the Case: Havells India Limited, the Plaintiff, filed an application against Shanghai CET Electric and others (hereinafter together referred to as the Defendants) alleging them to be guilty of committing Contempt of Court for violating the orders passed by the Honourable Court dated – 10.01.2019 and 31.05.2019 (hereinafter the “1 st order” and “2 nd order”, respectively). The Court in its 1 st order, after establishing a prima facie case having been made…

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CASE BRIEF : Havells India Limited. vs. Panasonic Life Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. & Anr.

Facts of the Case: Havells India Limited, the Plaintiff, was incorporated in the year 1983 and engaged in the business of Electrical and Power Distribution Equipment. The Plaintiff had gained huge goodwill in the Indian market as well as the International market and was one of the leading companies in the sector of Fast Moving Electrical Goods Company, worldwide. The Plaintiff sells the products under most of the prestigious global brands like Havells, Crabtree, Standard, Promptec and Lloyd. The Plaintiff…

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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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HIGH COURT OF DELHI RULES GOVERNING PATENT SUITS, 2020

HIGH COURT OF DELHI RULES GOVERNING PATENT SUITS, 2020

The High Court of Delhi has published a draft of the proposed “The High Court of Delhi Rules Governing Patent Suits, 2020” for comments and suggestions from the members of the bar. The framing of Rules is under Section 158 (Power of High Courts to make rules) of the Patents Act, 1970. The proposed rules may be accessed at http://delhihighcourt.nic.in/writereaddata/Upload/PublicNotices/PublicNotice_G3SK9Q0PX99.PDF. Comments and suggestions may be sent to the office of the Registrar General of the High Court of Delhi by…

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