Monday, November 18, 2019
Entertainment Law Blogs
Introduction A not so old advertisement of Amul found itself in trouble when a frozen dessert manufacturer found the advertisement to be disparaging its product. The advertisement can be viewed here, in the advertisement it is shown that all frozen desserts are manufactured using Vanaspati, which in Indian society is...
THE CADBURY CASE The UK’s Court of Appeal recently rejected the trademark alteration application filed by Cadbury, where it claimed larger protection over the purple hue. The altered specification pleaded for stated -  “ applied to the whole visible surface, or being the predominant colour.” It sought to remove the...
I am pleased to bring to you our next guest post by Sudarshan Mohta. Sudarshan is a Mumbai based lawyer pursuing media and entertainment laws and is currently working with Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd. He had earlier written a post for us on intermediary liability here. On 16th November, 2018, a permanent injunction restraining...
In a suit filed by J. Manimaran (proprietor of M/s. J.S. Screens), the Madras High Court vide its order dated February 19, 2018 restrained M/s. Lyca Productions from using the title ‘Karu’ with any other suffix or prefix or other word in connection to this title, pending disposal of...

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