Delhi High Court
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“When consumers encounter different products with similar branding in the same retail context, the risk of assuming a common source or affiliation increases.”

Delhi High Court
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“In the case of Hindu women, who may not have their own income, receiving a life estate given to them by their husbands who may predecease them is an essential safeguard for their financial security during their lifetime.”

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“Even after the termination of their contractual relationship and the explicit withdrawal of rights to use the plaintiff’s trademarks and logos, defendants have unauthorisedly continued use of their deceptively similar marks.”

Allahabad High Court
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“Once the provisions of the Forest Act, 1927 have not been challenged and are valid, the operation of the same cannot be ignored.”

Calcutta High Court
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“When damages have been paid for unlawful use of land then plaintiff, being a wrong doer, cannot claim equitable relief for wrongful use of such land, in respect of which he has no right, title, interest.”

Delhi High Court
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Sterling Agro Industries emerges victorious in the trademark clash between NOVA and NOVYA, as Delhi High Court decrees in their favor, enforcing a permanent injunction against the defendants and awarding litigation costs.

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“Defendants are based out of India and are taking shelter under the technological tools to stay away from the Court, while continuing to operate the platform.”

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“Spa services have a requirement for high quality, best hygiene, safety/security of customers and if unauthorized use of plaintiff’s mark ‘ANGSANA’ is permitted to be used, the same will result in severe erosion of its goodwill.”

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“The aspect of likelihood of confusion has to be examined from the perspective of the consumer of average intelligence and imperfect recollection.”

allahabad high court
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“Proceedings under Section 24 of the UP Revenue Code, 2006, are summary in nature while an injunction suit filed by the respondent is a regular suit.”

Dream11 Dreamz11 permanent injunction trade mark
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“The confusion is exacerbated by the look and feel of the defendants’ website which has, obviously, deliberately and intentionally, been made to copy the plaintiffs’ website.”

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“One cannot forget that these are ayurvedic preparations and not allopathic medicines or scheduled drugs for which, doctors’ prescriptions are required. These are over the counter preparations, which are often brought by patients without prescription.”

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“In the case of pharmaceutical, cosmetics, health and related wellness products a higher standard would be required to be laid down in view of the damage that such products can cause to the consumers.”

Dominos Dominick Pizza trade mark deceptively similar
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“Where the marks in question pertain to food items, or eateries where food items are dispensed and served, a somewhat higher degree of care and caution is expected to be observed.”

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“The plaintiff’s baby gym product is quite a distinctive product which is designed in a particular form along with depiction of characters which are known loosely as a ‘Rainforest Family’ characters.”

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“Piracy of cinematograph films is one of the biggest causes for losses in the film industry. Thus, various legislative steps have been taken to curb piracy and recently, amendments have been carried out in the Cinematograph Act, 1952 to deal with piracy in a much stricter manner.”

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“Due to the fact that the defendant has not contested the matter, but compelled the plaintiff to file the present suit, by not agreeing to give up the infringing mark, despite being put to notice, the plaintiff is entitled to receive actual costs.”

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“The matter will next be listed on 16-08-2023, to decide whether the plaintiff’s registered trade marks new balance N device mark-1 , new balance N device mark-2 and new balance N device mark-3, are “well-known” trade marks within the meaning of Section 2(1)(zg) of the Trade Marks Act, 1999.”