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Permitted user can’t bring suit for the trademark infringement: DHC

Pronouncing that it lacks any territorial jurisdiction, the Delhi High Court held that the permitted user of a registered trademark cannot bring a suit for the trademark infringement under Section 134(2) of the Trademarks Act, 1999. A Division Bench of … Continue reading

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Courts can interfere in arbitration proceedings: CHC

The Calcutta High Court recently ruled that there is no blanket ban on courts to pass orders in arbitration proceedings in the interest of justice. The High Court was dealing with the issue of granting injunction against an arbitration proceeding. … Continue reading

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Principal Civil or High Court in State is ‘court’ under Arbitration Act: SC

A Large Bench of the Supreme Court of India clarified that only the Principal Civil Court of original jurisdiction in a district or a High Court having original civil jurisdiction in the State can be termed as “court” for the … Continue reading

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