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Brand Name Parody: Does it mean infringement?

India - September 17 2018 With the rise of YouTube, Instagram, Amazon Prime, Netflix etc., content creators now have a wider platform to get discovered and showcase their

Unconventional Trademarks Gain Momentum in India

India - September 20 2018 Trademarks have become essential marketing tools these days. They play a vital role when it comes to creating a brand image and distinguishing their

India: anticipation by previous publication & prior claiming

India - January 26 2018 India follows the principle of absolute novelty which may be construed by a joint reading of Sections 2 (l) and 13 of the Indian Patents Act, 1970

The Nature of Criminal Offences under Indian Copyright Law

India - June 26 2017 Copyright law in India allows for both civil and criminal remedies in case of infringement, though civil remedies are most often applied. Several

Trademarks: doctrine of delay, laches and acquiescence

India - September 13 2018 The Indian judicial system follows rules of equity in the court of justice. The doctrine of 'Delay or Laches' is thus an equitable doctrine. It is

Unconventional Trademarks Gain Momentum in India

India - September 20 2018 Trademarks have become essential marketing tools these days. They play a vital role when it comes to creating a brand image and distinguishing their

Brand Name Parody: Does it mean infringement?

India - September 17 2018 With the rise of YouTube, Instagram, Amazon Prime, Netflix etc., content creators now have a wider platform to get discovered and showcase their

Trademarks: doctrine of delay, laches and acquiescence

India - September 13 2018 The Indian judicial system follows rules of equity in the court of justice. The doctrine of 'Delay or Laches' is thus an equitable doctrine. It is

Exemplary Damages Awarded in Habitual Infringement Case, Contributed Towards Kerala Relief Fund

India, USA - September 3 2018 In the case of Glenmark Pharmaceuticals v. Curetech Skincare and Galpha Laboratories Ltd.1, the Bombay High Court awarded damages of an unparalleled

High Court grants punitive damages for infringement of trademark

India - August 21 2018 In the case of Christian Louboutin SAS v. Ashish Bansal & Anr.1, the Plaintiff, Christian Louboutin SAS, a French company well-known for its