Month: July 2020

Removal Of TradeMark From TradeMark Register Due To Non-Use

Introduction Section 47 of the Trade Marks Act, 1999[1] deals with the removal of the trade mark from the trade mark register on the ground of non-use and imposition of penalties thereof. An application under Section 47 of the act can be made by any aggrieved person to the Registrar or the Appellate Board for … Continue reading Removal Of TradeMark From TradeMark Register Due To Non-Use

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“ISKCON” Declared a Well-Known Trademark”

In a suit for trademark infringement filed by the religious organisation, ISCKON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness), The Bombay High Court declared that “ISCKON” is a well-known trademark under the definition given in Section 2(1)(zg) of the Trade Marks Act, 1999. The suit was filed against Isckon Apparel Pvt Ltd for using the mark “ISKCON” … Continue reading “ISKCON” Declared a Well-Known Trademark”

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Daedalus Blue Infringement Suit Against Oracle

The latest transaction of IBM where it divested a large chunk of assets from its portfolio to Daedalus Group LLC, headed by Ed Gomez a former Altitude Capital and Walker Innovation executive, for a hefty price of $9 million has stood out in particular because of the USPTO assignment document. The transfer of 500 US … Continue reading Daedalus Blue Infringement Suit Against Oracle

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