CJK IPR

Trademark, Movie Titles and Protection under the Intellectual Property Law in India By Aarushi Jain (Partner) and Karan Jain (Intern) The name or title of the movie is the most important part of determining the identity of the movie and making it distinct in the minds of the audience. It is interesting to note that movie titles cannot be protected

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CJK RERA Masterclass

WHAT IS RERA The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 is an Act of the Parliament of Law which seeks to protect home-buyers as well as help boost investments in the real estate industry. The Act establishes a Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) in each state for regulation of the real estate sector and also acts as an adjudicating

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CJK Update- Real Estate Laws

SUPREME COURT RULING ON REGISTRATION OF LEASE DEED AND ITS IMPACT DURING COVID-19 TIME AND POST COVID-19 ERA During the COVID-19 Pandemic, the existing ‘rent/lease deed’ agreements have assumed greater importance for both landlords and tenants. COVID-19 and the lockdown has extreme implications for businesses across the globe and is impacting contractual relationships. In the light of the circumstances, pertinent

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CJK- IPR

TRADEMARKS A Bangalore District Court in a case [1] refused to restrain one Mr. K. Selvamurthy from using the mark “SONY TOURS AND TRAVELS” which was claimed to be deceptively similar to the mark “SONY” held by SONY Corporation, Tokyo. Mr. Selvamurthy argued that he has been using the mark in good faith and with respect to business of tour

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CJK- IPR update -1

TRADEMARKS Delhi High Court in a case[1] restrained a party by the name of Manoj Nagar from using marks deceptively similar to the Audioplus’       registered STUDIOMASTER/ mark with the leeway to use the trade name/trademark STUDIO MAN, albeit, without any stylization. Audioplus argued that it applied for registration of the device mark in India on 07.06.1999; which eventually, was

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CJK- IPR update

TRADEMARKS The Delhi High Court in a case [1] restrained Bakewell Biscuits Private Ltd from unauthorizedly using trademark ‘RED HORSE’ or any other deceptively or confusingly similar mark to the trademark owned by Red Bull in their candies and confectionery items. Red Bull argued that the other side’s mark is identical to the prior and wellknown mark ‘RED BULL’ in

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