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RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 18 May 2020

ISPs and Direct Selling Entities at loggerheads over US$ 1.7 billion opportunity

The Direct Selling Entities (“DSEs”) Amway, Oriflame and Modicare that have a specific business model are embroiled in dispute with leading e-tailers…
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RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 30 Apr 2020

Building a brand protection strategy in the era of ‘social distancing’

COVID-19 has created an unprecedented crisis resulting in the Indian government clamping down the movement of people, goods, and services. This has…
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RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 21 Apr 2020

Telemedicine becomes reality in India

The new Telemedicine Practice Guidelines enabling Registered Medical Practitioners (RMPs) to provide healthcare remotely as per Telemedicine guideline…
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RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 9 Apr 2020

Chinese Spice Mix or Masala battle reaches Bombay High Court

The parties in the suit are at odds over brand names of spice mixture popularly known as ‘masala’ sold under the name ‘White Chinese Pepper Masala’…
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RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 8 Apr 2020

FAQ’s on Well-Known Trade Marks

Yes, well known marks are protected in India. There are specific provisions under the Trade Marks Act, 1999 and procedure to record well known trade…
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RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 7 Apr 2020

Acquiescence is not silence or inaction

Does use of a trademark post retirement from the partnership business would result in violation of rights? What would constitute acquiescence? These…
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RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 3 Apr 2020

Rights over ‘MATRIMONY’ in the digital world

This post discusses on-going battle over ‘MATRIMONY’ marks. The word Matrimony is being offered by Google and used by various third parties along with…
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RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 24 Mar 2020

Peps and Kurlon battle out over ‘No Turn”

Should a prior used mark though used intermittently be given higher threshold and protection than registered mark? The two companies in mattress trade…
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RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 23 Mar 2020

Rajasthan High Court holds NEERAJ/NIRAJ not similar to NIRAB

Will difference in pronunciation in certain parts of the country leading to phonetic similarity be sufficient to grant an order of injunction? This is…
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RNA Technology and IP Attorneys | India | 20 Mar 2020

Fourth factor in Pharma patent infringement cases

This post analyses the weightage of fourth factor that is ‘public interest’ in granting interim injunction in the pharmaceutical cases in light of an…
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