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Cadila Health care Ltd. v. Cadila Pharmaceuticals – 2001 (2) PTC 541 SC

Cadila Health care Ltd. v. Cadila Pharmaceuticals – 2001 (2) PTC 541 SC

Bench – Justice B.N.Kripal, Justice Doraswamy Raju, Justice British Kumar

The case is a landmark judgment in relation to passing off of an unregistered trademark. In the case of unregistered trademarks, passing off action is maintainable. The passing off action depends upon the principle […]

By |July 27th, 2020|Categories: Trademarks|Tags: |0 Comments

Amrithdhara Pharmacy v. Satyadeo Gupta – AIR 1963 SC 449

Amrithdhara Pharmacy v. Satyadeo Gupta – AIR 1963 SC 449

Bench – Justice  S.K. Das, Justice Hidayatullah , Justice  J.C. Shah

The case primarily dealt with the marks ‘Amrithdhara’ and ‘Lakshmandhara’ for medicinal preparations.  The respondent who had applied for the trademark ‘Lakshmandhara’  had been in the business since 1923. The appellant had the registered trademark ‘Amrithdhara’ […]

By |July 27th, 2020|Categories: Trademarks|Tags: |0 Comments

AI- Patentability : Applications Naming Machine as a Inventor

Recognizing Artificial Intelligence as a Inventor in Patent applications is the question before European patent office foe two applications filled in the name of “DABUS” as a Inventor in the year 2018. European patent office refused this applications stating that applicant should be a “Natural Person” and AI is not fitting under the definition as […]

By |March 27th, 2020|Categories: Updates|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Imagine Marketing Private Limited v. Exotic Mile, Decided on 21.01.2020

Imagine Marketing Private Limited v. Exotic Mile – Delhi High Court [January 21, 2020]
The Court granted an interim injunction restraining the Defendant from passing off the Plaintiff’s mark “BOAT” by using a deceptively similar mark “BOULT” in respect of electronic gadgets. The Court had affirmed the previously granted interim injunction in favour of the Plaintiff, […]

By |February 13th, 2020|Categories: Trademarks|Tags: |0 Comments

Christian Louboutin SAS v. Nakul Bajaj and Ors., Decided on 2nd November 2018

Case: Christian Louboutin SAS v. Nakul Bajaj and Ors.

Decided on: 2nd November, 2018

Coram: Justice Pratibha M. Singh

HEADNOTE
In this case Delhi High Court attempted to clarify the responsibilities and liability of online intermediaries for trademark infringement. The judgement clarifies India’s intermediary liability regime as it relates to trademark infringement. The Plaintiff is Christian Louboutin owner of […]

By |February 8th, 2020|Categories: Trademarks|Tags: |0 Comments

SVF Entertainment Private Limited Vs. Swapan Ghoshal, Decided on 23.12.2019

Case: SVF Entertainment Private Limited   v. Swapan Ghoshal

Decided On: 23/12/2019

Coram: Justice Shampa Sarkar

HEADNOTE
Hon’ble Calcutta High Court decided this case on the point which was raised regarding urgent need for allowing the petitioner to air the web series on Hoi Choi app which is going to be published through internet on December 24, 2019 because the […]

By |February 8th, 2020|Categories: Copyright|Tags: |0 Comments

Ferid Allani v. Union of India, Decided on 12th December 2019

Case: Ferid Allani v. Union of India

Decided on: 12th December 2019

Coram: Justice Pratibha M. Singh

HEADNOTE
The Delhi High Court has reiterated that the computer related inventions demonstrating ‘technical effect’ or ‘technical contribution’ are patentable even though it may be based on a computer program. In this case Ferid Allani filed a patent application seeking grant of […]

By |February 6th, 2020|Categories: Patents|Tags: |0 Comments

Astrazeneca v. Emcure & Astrazeneca v. MSN Laboratories ltd, decided on 15th January 2020

Case: Astrazeneca v. Emcure (CS (COMM) 561/2019)

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Astrazeneca v. MSN Laboratories ltd.

Decided on: 15th January, 2020

Coram: Hon’ble Ms. Justice Mukta Gupta

Summary

In the judgements related to Astrazeneca v. Emcure and Astrazeneca v. MSN Labs, delivered by Delhi High Court where the court discussed far reaching consequences for enforcement of species patent in India. In this case Hon’ble […]

By |February 5th, 2020|Categories: Patents|Tags: |0 Comments

Sajeev Pillai vs. Venu Kunnapalli and Ors., Decided on 11.12.2019

The author has legal right to protect his intellectual property even after assignment, Assignment of the work by him will not exhaust his legal right to claim authorship over it, -Sajeev Pillai vs. Venu Kunnapalli and Ors.

 

Sajeev Pillai vs. Venu Kunnapalli and Ors. (11.12.2019 – KERHC)

 

The release of a much-awaited movie by name Mamankam based on […]

By |January 3rd, 2020|Categories: Copyright|Tags: |0 Comments

Clues Network Pvt. Ltd. Vs. L’oreal and Ors. Decided on 04.04.2019

HIGH COURT OF DELHI
RFA (OS)(COMM) 1/2019, CM Appl. 1287/2019, RFA (OS)(COMM) 5/2019 and CM Appl. No. 4866/2019
Decided On: 04.04.2019
Appellants: Clues Network Pvt. Ltd.
Vs.
Respondent: L’oreal and Ors.
Dr. S. Muralidhar and I.S. Mehta, JJ.

Counsels:

For Appellant/Petitioner/Plaintiff: Sandeep Sethi, Sr. Advocate, Peeyoosh Kalra, C.A. Brijesh, Dhruv Grover and Anmol Kaur Nayar, Advocates

For Respondents/Defendant: Rishi Bansal and Harshita Varma, Advocates

Subject: […]

By |September 7th, 2019|Categories: Copyright|Tags: |0 Comments