Claim for perpetual injunction and relief of damages and rendition of accounts under provisions of Section 134 (2) of the Trade Marks Act, 1999 -Whether Trial Court had territorial jurisdiction to entertain the Suit for infringement of Trade mark?
Intellectual Property Rights - Trademarks - Application for rectification of registration of trademark - Appearance of Registrar in legal proceedings - Content of deposition or statement made by Registrar or his duly authorised subordinate - Scope th
rug Controller General while granting the permission to the first defendants had imposed a condition, that on the label of the product a warning 'to be sold by retail on prescription of specialists only' should be printed. It was submitted that both
Law using Logo has clearly been defined in the present citation wherein ITC filed a petition seeking injunction against respondent to use a specific logo.
The special right recognized under the Copyright Act can be enforced only through the civil court. The machinery contemplated under the TRAI Act cannot determine the civil disputes which fall outside the scope of section 15 of the TRAI Act, 1997. Suf
Further applying the well laid down principle that when application for revocation of a patent of the Respondent is pending before the Appellate Tribunal and when such an application has been preferred on the ground of existence of a prior art, o
The said application of the Respondent was resisted by the Appellant by contending that the use of two spark plugs in an IC engine was a prior art for which no patent could have been applied for and that the Respondent resorted to a deceptive met
Recent decision by the Madras High Court ordering the Chennai Patent Office to re-examine Valcyte patent
Sections 63 and 69 read with section 482 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Code) – Offences by companies – Offence of infringement of copyright – Prosecution of director – Plea of quashing in a proceeding under section 482 – Vissa Television Netwo
(A) Civil Procedure Code, 1908, Order 39 Rules 1 and 2 - Trade Marks Act, 1999, Sections 29 and 106 - Interim injunction - c - Appellant prior user of trade mark 'Glucon-D' and specific packaging - The term 'Glucose-D' used by respondent from the yea