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Parliamentary Standing Committee reports can be relied on during court proceedings: SC

In an important ruling, the Supreme Court of India ruled that the reports of the Parliamentary Standing Committee can be relied on during the court proceedings but added that these reports cannot be challenged in the courts because of parliamentary … Continue reading

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Court may refuse to grant injunction in TM infringement case: BHC

The Bombay High Court recently ruled that a court can go into the question of the validity of the registration of the plaintiff’s trade mark at an interlocutory stage and may refuse to grant an injunction when the defendant takes … Continue reading

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