“The term ‘ZENITH’' even being a common English expression cannot be regarded as ‘publici juris’ in the context of services relating to education in dance.”
The Delhi High Court opined that Jindal Sanitaryware (P) Ltd. will not be subjected to any serious prejudice if it was restrained from using ‘JINDAL' on its PVC pipes, as it was already using the mark ‘J PLEX ', which was registered in its favour for PVC pipes.
The Delhi High Court opined that the defendants took unfair advantage of the reputation and goodwill of Louis Vuitton (LV) marks and deceived the unwary consumers of their association with the LV marks.
Swiss Bike Vertriebs GMBH, a subsidiary of ACCELL Group filed a suit against Imperial Cycle Manufacturing Company for seeking permanent injunction restraining them from committing acts of trademark infringement and passing off with respect to the Swiss Bike’s mark ‘RALEIGH’ which was used for bicycles/cycles/bikes.
Delhi High Court: Sanjeev Narula, J. while addressing the matter of trademark infringement, opined that, “Besides, considering that parties are in the
Delhi High Court: Asha Menon, J., addressed a suit for trade mark infringement, wherein the Court additionally addressed the scope of Section
Delhi High Court: Sanjeev Narula, J., granted an injunction to the Law Firm ‘Singh & Singh’ in a case of trademark infringement.