Intellectual Property Rights | Trade Mark

Chanel Ltd. v. Sunder Chemicals Agarbati Works (P) Ltd. and Anr.

Chanel Ltd. v. Sunder Chemicals Agarbati Works (P) Ltd. and Anr. 2003 (26) PTC 52 (Delhi) Brief Facts: Plaintiff, Chanel Ltd., was a foreign company manufacturing and marketing various types of perfumes and cosmetics and has acquired a worldwide reputation for its trademark CHANEL. The pronunciation of the trade mark CHANEL starts with a “sh”…

Intellectual Property Rights | Passing Off

Alfred Dunhill Limited v. Kartar Singh Makkar and Ors.

Alfred Dunhill Limited v. Kartar Singh Makkar and Ors. 1999 (19) PTC 294 (Del) Brief Facts: Plaintiff was a company incorporated under the laws of England and engaged in manufacturing and marketing a wide range of products including textiles under the trademark ‘DUNHILL’. Defendants were also engaged in manufacturing and selling the textile articles under…

Intellectual Property Rights | Trade Mark

Emcure Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Vs. Corona Remedies Pvt. Ltd.

Emcure Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Vs. Corona Remedies Pvt. Ltd. In the Bombay High Court of Bombay 10.09.2014 Plaintiff was proprietor of registered trademarks, OROFER and OROFER-XT. Defendant was using COROFER and COROFOER-XT. Facts: • In 1996, the Plaintiff’s marks OROFER and OROFER-XT were registered. • In 2006, the Plaintiff noticed the Defendant’s advertisement in the Trade…

Intellectual Property Rights | Trade Mark

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Anr. Vs. Harinder Kohli and Ors.

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Anr. Vs. Harinder Kohli and Ors. 155 (2008) DLT 56 Plaintiffs were registered proprietors for the word mark “HARRY POTTER”. Plaintiffs claimed that the movie “HARI PUTTAR” is an infringing variant of the trademark “HARRY POTTER”. Plaintiff’s Contentions: Defendants are passing off their film as that of the motion picture…

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Hindustan Pencils (P) Ltd. v. India Stationery Products Co. and Anr.

Hindustan Pencils (P) Ltd. v. India Stationery Products Co. and Anr. AIR 1990 Delhi 19 Plaintiff adopted the mark Nataraj with the device of dancing Nataraj in 1961 and got the same registered. Plaintiff’s Case: Plaintiff got to know somewhere in the middle of the year 1985 that the Defendants had registered a copyright similar…