What Is In That Basket- Infringement Or Bullying?

We recently witnessed a trademark battle between India’s largest online grocery marketplace BigBasket and a budding online grocery delivery startup Daily Basket where a cease-and-desist notice was served to the start-up for trademark infringement and brand name violation over the use of the term 'basket', which happens to be common in the names of both the companies. ...
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Can Religious Symbols Be Granted Trademark Protection?

In India, everybody has the right to freedom of worship, and religious names in trade and commerce are common. People are so emotionally committed to their religious beliefs that it is convenient for companies to link their goods and services to the same. Fortunately, trademarking pictorial depictions of deities is not currently practicable....
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Counterfeit Goods Plunge Nike’s Reputation

Counterfeit goods contain fake logos of the original brand which are almost similar to that of the original product. These counterfeited goods are made of lower quality material and later manufactured and distributed in the market without prior permission of the registered owner of the brand...
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