Our Associate, Caroline Mathews discusses “NOT PLAYING “NISE” The Hon’ble Delhi High Court in Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Limited v. Pureca Laboratories Private Limited, granted an ad-interim injunction to Dr. Reddy’s against the defendant, Pureca Laboratories (“Pureca”) use of the mark PURE NISE-P on and in relation to tablets for a combination drug of Nimesulide with […]

Amdist the ongoing pandemic and the extreme sadness it has brought around the world, some cheerful news! Sujata Chaudhri IP Attorneys is among Asian Legal Business’ 10 boutique firms to watch for in 2020! All of us at the firm are elated at this accolade which won’t have been possible without our great team of […]

Our Associate, Caroline Mathews discusses “E-rickshaw Manufacturer Restrained from Infringing the BMW Mark” The Delhi High Court recently granted well-known German auto manufacturer, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (”BMW AG”), an interim injunction against use of the DMW and DMW Stylized marks (shown below) by Om Balajee Automobiles (India) Private Limited (“Om Balajee”) on and in […]

On February 20, 2020, the Controller General of Patent, Design and TradeMarks issued a public notice that indicates steps being taken to further streamline the Registry’s functioning. These changes are a direct result of the suggestions made at stakeholder meetings held in Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai. Some key steps/proposed steps are as follows: Requests to […]

Copyright is a legal right that protects the interests of creators of original works. One such category of works is “artistic works”. The term “artistic works” brings to mind the paintings and murals of the likes of Van Gogh and Michelangelo. However, to qualify as an “artistic work”, a work need not possess a high […]

Recently Apple Inc. (“Apple”) was sued by Rohit Singh, a local software developer, in the Delhi High Court for passing-off. The suit emanated from Apple’s use of the term SPLITVIEW as the name of a feature of its recently launched software. As the term suggests, the SPLITVIEW feature gives users the ability to split the […]

IP owners have long preferred the High Court in Delhi for filing lawsuits involving their property.  This preference is based on a number of factors, including savvy judges who have long been exposed to intellectual property issues, the court’s willingness to grant ex-parte orders (without a defendant’s appearance) and expertise of lawyers.  A very recent […]

A recent judgement pronounced by the Delhi High Court on May 19, 2015, would have come as a huge relief for international fashion brand ZARA. In this case, the owners of the fashion brand ZARA filed a suit for infringement and passing of their well- known brand ZARA against the owners of a restaurant in […]