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Battle over Khan Chacha Trademark

The Battle over “KHAN CHACHA” Trademark

The Delhi High Court, recently granted an ex parte interim injunction to the plaintiff Gupta And Gupta Pvt Ltd, restraining the defendants from using the mark “KHAN CHACHA”. The court observed that in cases involving trademarks or copyrights, an injunction is usually granted regardless of any delay in taking a legal action. This blog is a summary of the case so far. Continue Reading The Battle over “KHAN CHACHA” Trademark

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Can a delay in filing request for examination be condoned? Court clarifies

Missed filing a request for examination? court says, condonable under exceptional circumstances.

Facts of the case: The Petitioner in this case filed two writ petitions challenging the order of the Respondent (herein referred to as Patent Office) dated 03.05.2016 in respect two of the Petitioner’s applications bearing numbers 8846/CHENP/2011 & 8907/CHENP/2011. The patent applications were filed before the Indian patent office on 29.11.2011 and 30.11.2011 respectively as PCT national phase entries. The petitioner engaged the services of a New York based firm called Greenberg Traurig for filing and prosecution of the national phase…

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