1) Miramax sues Tarantino over planned ‘Pulp Fiction’ NFTs Miramax, an American entertainment and production company, has filed a lawsuit against Quentin Tarantino over the director’s plans to create and auction off a series of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) based on… Continue Reading →
1) Himachal’s ‘Chamba Chappals’ and Lahauli Socks, Gloves given GI tag Himachal Pradesh’s renowned handicraft slippers Chamba Chappal has been granted the Geographical Indication Tag. With a rich heritage dating back to the Rajas of Chamba, the slippers are crafted… Continue Reading →
1) Trademark Payoff: BharatPe versus PhonePe BharatPe’s Postpe has approached the Delhi High Court with six cancellation actions against multiple registrations held by USA’s Walmart-owned PhonePe. The cancellation actions are for the ‘Pe’ trademark in the Devanagri script. BharatPe had… Continue Reading →
In this article, Srishti Sneha deals with the jurisprudence surrounding the two types of trademark infringement and writes about endorsers’ liability under Indian law.
Ankita Malik and Amala Govindarajan deal with the Second Circuit decision that put an end to the controversy surrounding Lynn Goldsmith’s photograph of Prince, which may be the beginning of new lawsuits that determine the future of Pop Art.
1. Amul Wins Trademark Case in Canada Recently, the Federal Court at Ontario, Canada permanently barred a company, Amul Canada from infringing the trademark and copyright of India’s dairy giant, Amul. On observing that Amul Canada directed public attention to… Continue Reading →