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Sujata Chaudhri IP Attorneys is an IP boutique firm located in the National Capital Region (NCR) in India. Founded in the year 2014 by Sujata Chaudhri, the firm provides advisory, litigation and enforcement, and prosecution services in all areas of intellectual property law.  Although young in years, the firm’s reputation, both in terms of competence and as a nurturing ground for lawyers, is growing rapidly. 

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Intellectual Property: Tagging Liability In Using Third Parties’ Marks As Keywords And Metatags:

Our associate, Anand Kumar discusses “Intellectual Property: Tagging Liability In Using Third Parties’ Marks As Keywords And Metatags:“ With the advent of the Internet era, the cyberspace has become a…
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SEPs and FRAND: A Break Down

Our Associate, Nikita Lakhani discusses SEPs and FRAND: A Break Down With the ever-increasing penetration of technology in our day-to-day lives, life without gadgets and electronic devices is hard to…
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Updates from Courts and Registry

Hero Electric Vehicles Private Limited & Anr. v. Mr. Guddu Ansari & Ors. [CS(COMM) No. 598/2021] Order dt. 25.11.2021

Recently, Hero Electric Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. successfully enforced their rights in the Delhi High Court against a defendant who was infringing upon Hero Electric’s trademarks, copyright and domain name. Hero…
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Khandelwal Edible Oils Limited v. Landsmill Agro Private Limited [CS(COMM) No. 568/2021] Order dt. 12.11.2021

Recently, the Delhi High Court granted an interim injunction to Khandelwal Edible Oils Ltd. (‘Plaintiff”) against Landsmill Agro Pvt. Ltd. (“Defendant”). The Plaintiff (the registered proprietor and user of the mark CHAKRA in respect of…
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Western Digital Technologies, Inc. v. Sumit Pandey and Ors., CS (COMM) 240/21, Order dated November 9, 2021

Recently, Western Digital Technologies, Inc. (“Plaintiff”) successfully enforced its rights in the Delhi High Court against entities using infringing domain names and obtained a permanent injunction in its favour. The…
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Reckitt Benckiser India Private Limited Vs. Hindustan Unilever Limited, CS(COMM) NO. 340/2021

Recently, Reckitt Benckiser India Private Limited (“Plaintiff”) filed a suit at the Delhi High Court seeking a permanent injunction restraining Hindustan Unilever Limited (“Defendant”) from telecasting or broadcasting five advertisements…
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M/S Blue Heaven Cosmetics Pvt. Ltd. Vs M/S T.R.N. Corporation Through Its Proprietor Sh. Deepak Nimesh CS(COMM) 523/2021, Order Dt. 22/10/2021

Recently, in a suit filed by Blue Heaven Cosmetics Pvt Ltd. (“Plaintiff”), the Delhi High Court restrained the defendants from using the Plaintiff’s BLUE HEAVEN trade marks/ copyright/ trade dress/ overall…
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Updates from Courts and Registry

Sabyasachi Calcutta LLP v. Mr. Ankit Keyal, proprietor of Asiana Couture & Ors. CS(Comm) 553/2021 Order dt. 27.10.2021

Recently, the well-known designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, moved court for an order of injunction in a design piracy suit restraining the defendants, Asiana Couture & Ors., from infringing on the plaintiff’s registered…
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Updates from Courts and Registry

S.S Appliances Pvt. Ltd. & Anr. v. S.N. Raju, Delhi High Court, CS(COMM) 502/2021 dt. 8.10.2021

Recently, S.S. Appliances Pvt. Ltd. & Anr. (“Plaintiffs”) sued S.N. Raju (“Defendant”), seeking to restrain the Defendant from infringing the Plaintiffs’ trademark, KENT OIL METER. The Plaintiffs were using the mark KENT OIL…
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Order dt. October 12, 2021 in the case of Arya Book Depot & Ors. v. Edurev Solutions Pvt. Ltd. & Ors., CS(COMM) 511/2021 Delhi High Court.

Recently, Arya Book Depot, being the owner of the rights in the original literary work titled “BULL’S EYE-Business Studies Mastering Business Case Studies” sued Edurev Solutions Pvt. Ltd., alleging copyright infringement.  The plaintiff claimed…
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