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Trademark Disputes That Purely Arise Out Of Contractual Rights And Obligations  Are Arbitrable: Delhi HC

Trademark Disputes That Purely Arise Out Of Contractual Rights And Obligations Are Arbitrable: Delhi HC

The High Court of Delhi has observed that all the disputes that arise out of the Trade Marks Agreement are not outside the scope of arbitration. The Single Bench of Justice Vibhu Bakhru clarified...

6 April 2022 3:31 AM GMT
When Defendants Trademark Is Identical To Plaintiffs Registered Trademark & Their Goods Or Services Are Identical, Confusion In Public Shall Be Presumed : Supreme Court

When Defendant's Trademark Is Identical To Plaintiff's Registered Trademark & Their Goods Or Services Are Identical, Confusion In Public Shall Be Presumed : Supreme Court

'In an infringement action, an injunction would be issued as soon as it is proved that the defendant is improperly using the trade mark of the plaintiff'.

19 Jan 2022 1:41 PM GMT