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Copyright owner in sound recordings can file suit for copyright infringement: DHC

The Delhi High Court recently clarified that an owner of the copyright work in the sound recordings can file suit alleging copyright infringement and claim damages even though the owner is not a copyright society. After going through the relevant … Continue reading

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Suit can be filed in a court pertaining to properties situated in jurisdiction of other courts: SC

The Supreme Court of India clarified that for a suit filed in a court pertaining to properties situated in jurisdiction of more than two courts, the suit is maintainable only when suit is filed on one cause of action. The … Continue reading

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‘Readiness’, ‘Willingness’ important factors for grant of specific performance: SC

In a recent decision, the Supreme Court of India reiterated that ‘readiness’ and ‘willingness’ are the most important factors for considering the grant of specific performance of the contract. “The issue of readiness and willingness, in our view, is the … Continue reading

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Intellectual Property composite suit maintainable: DHC

In an important ruling, a Large Bench of the Delhi High Court ruled that a composite suit that joins two causes of action – one for infringement of a registered design and the other for passing off, is maintainable. The … Continue reading

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Prior permission not necessary for rectification of registered trademark: DHC

In an important ruling, the Delhi High Court clarified that prior permission of the Court is not necessary under Section 124(1)(b)(ii) of the Trade Marks Act, 1999 (“Act”) for rectification of a registered trademark during the pendency of a suit. … Continue reading

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Party can’t request for arbitration twice; res judicata applies: SC

The Supreme Court of India clarified that once a judicial authority has declined to refer the dispute pending before it to arbitration under The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (“Act”) and the said decision has become final, neither party to … Continue reading

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Parties not allowed to raise same issue before multiple forums: SC

In an important ruling, the Supreme Court of India clarified that a party seeking revocation of a patent should not be allowed to raise the same issue before different adjudicating forums, and in case of such multiple filings the appropriate … Continue reading

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