Our Associate, Madhurima Gadre discusses “Madras High Court restrains Kute Group from using the mark TIRUMALAA” Recently the Madras High Court granted Tirumala Milk Products Pvt. Ltd. (“Plaintiff”) an interim injunction restraining Swaraj India Industries Limited’s (“Defendant”) use of the mark TIRUMALAA and any deceptively similar mark. The Plaintiff, the proprietor and user of the […]

Our Associate, Madhurima Gadre discusses “Bombay High Court Restrains Copying of Parle Biscuits’ Packaging by Future Group” Recently, the Bombay High Court granted Parle Products Pvt. Ltd. (“Plaintiff”), proprietor of the popular biscuits sold under the marks MONACO, KRACKJACK and HIDE & SEEK, an ad-interim injunction against Future Consumer Ltd. (“Defendant”). The Plaintiff has been […]

Our Associate, Vishesh Kumar discusses “Mattel’s Rainforest Family protected by the Delhi High Court” Recently the Delhi High Court, in Mattel Inc. v. Present Enterprises & Ors., granted an injunction in favour of the plaintiff restraining the defendants from infringing the copyright in characters of the ‘Rainforest Family’, a set of six animal cartoon characters created […]

Our Associate & Mgr TMP, Ajaya Kumar V. discusses “No Prima Facie Case When The Plaintiff By Way Of Agreement Has Granted A Free License To Defendant Regarding Contents Of The Website” Recently, Sirona Hygiene Private Limited (“Sirona Hygiene”), an award-winning and widely popular company known for its unique products catering to women’s personal hygiene, […]

Our Associate, Madhurima Gadre discusses “Owner of the Popular SIGNATURE Whisky secures an Injunction against Use of a Similar Mark for Pan Masala” Recently, the Delhi High Court granted an ad-interim injunction in favor of United Spirits Limited (“Plaintiff”), owner of SIGNATURE-formative marks in respect of various alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, restraining Som Fragrances Pvt. […]

Our Associate, Parth Agrawal discusses “New .INDRP Rules – A Step in the Right Direction?” India has announced many changes to the rules governing proceedings under the .IN Dispute Resolution Policy (“INDRP”) administered by the Internet Exchange of India (“NIXI”). These changes came into effect on September 16, 2020. Some of the most pertinent changes […]

Our Associate, Vishesh Kumar discusses “AAJ TAK – Sabse Tez in catching trademark infringers too” Recently the Delhi High Court, in Living Media Ltd. & Anr. v. WWW.NEWS-AAJTAK.CO.IN & Ors., granted an ad-interim injunction in favour of the plaintiff restraining the defendants from infringing the ‘AAJ TAK’ trademark. The plaintiff, one of India’s leading news […]

Our Associate, Vishesh Kumar discusses “No free ride on EXIDE – The Delhi High Court’s decision in Exide Industries Ltd. v. Krishna International & Ors” Recently the Delhi High Court, in Exide Industries Ltd. v. Krishna International & Ors., granted an ex-parte ad-interim injunction in favour of the plaintiff restraining the defendants from infringing the […]

Our Associate, Madhurima Gadre discusses “AMUL Bids Farewell to Fraudulent Websites” Recently, the Delhi High Court restrained domain name registrars such as GoDaddy, Big Rock and Freenom from selling, and offering for sale, domain names including the term AMUL, with or without a prefix or suffix, in a suit filed by Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing […]

Our Associate, Anand Kumar discusses “Rules of Procedure Are Hand Maiden To The Ends Of Justice: IPAB” “The Rules of Limitation are not meant to destroy the rights of parties but to ensure that the parties do not resort to dilatory tactics” observed the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), in an appeal preferred by the […]