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Parties should seek remedies under Arbitration Act: BHC

The Bombay High Court recently held that when remedies are available to a party seeking an injunction under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (“Act”), an anti-arbitration injunction cannot be obtained to circumvent provisions of the Act. A three judge … Continue reading

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Toyota loses trademark rights to Prius: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently clarified that for a trademark to be considered as well-known in India, the proprietor must establish that the trademark has acquired a substantial goodwill in relation to the goods in Indian market. Japanese car … Continue reading

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Anti-arbitration injunctions cant be granted under Part II Arbitration Act: DHC

The Delhi High Court recently ruled that an anti-arbitration injunction cannot be given by courts in cases covered under Part II of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act unless it is incapable of being performed or inoperative. Part II of the … Continue reading

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SKECHERS trade dress copied; injunction granted: DHC

The Delhi High Court restrained a local shoe manufacturer from using the trade dress of US lifestyle shoe maker SKECHERS GOwalk series in relation to any of their products. Plaintiff SKECHERS sued defendant Pure Play Sports for copying their trade dress … Continue reading

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ASTROL deceptively similar to CASTROL: MHC

The Madras High Court restrained a local manufacturer of oil and lubrication products from using the word ASTROL or any other deceptively similar words as their trademark in relation to any of their products to the plaintiff’s trademark CASTROL. The … Continue reading

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Manufacturer restrained using L&T as brand name: DHC

The Delhi High Court restrained a manufacturer of the electrical goods from using the words LNT/ELENTE or any other deceptively similar words as their brand name in relation to any of their goods to the plaintiff’s trademark L&T. Engineering giant … Continue reading

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