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"Hot tubbing" for expert witness by the DHC

The Delhi High Court (DHC) in the Micromax Vs. Ericsson case, based on the suggestions exchanged by the parties and considering the procedure adopted by the Federal Courts in Australia and in the United Kingdom, would be adopting the “hot tubbing” procedure to facilitate appreciation of expert technical evidence, in a shortened procedure. 22 more words

Section 377's days numbered? SC to re-examine verdict criminalising gay sex

A Bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice A M Khanwilkar and Justice D Y Chandrachud decided to re-consider the top court’s December 12, 2013, order… 286 more words

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Section 377's days numbered? SC to re-examine verdict criminalising gay sex

A Bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice A M Khanwilkar and Justice D Y Chandrachud decided to re-consider the top court’s December 12, 2013, order… 286 more words

Current Affairs

Section 377's days numbered? SC to re-examine verdict criminalising gay sex

The Supreme Court on Monday said it will re-examine its 2013 verdict upholding the Indian Penal Code’s Section 377 criminalising gay sex as it observed that “a section of people or individuals who exercise their choice should never remain in a state of fear”. 221 more words

Sworn statement of advantages and so forth in Maintenance Applications to be documented after pleadings, Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court has coordinated that the sworn statement of advantages, pay, and consumption required in support applications under Section 24 of the Hindu Marriage Act ought to be recorded all the while by both the gatherings, after the finish of pleadings. 445 more words

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Trade Mark Infringement-Toyoto Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha. vs. M/S Prius Auto Industries Ltd. and Ors.

Time for Considering Territoriality Principle over Universality Principle 

Courts are gradually shifting their focus to territorial nature of Trade Marks. The same was also quite evident in the Exide case, that has been discussed in the previous blog ( 1,118 more words

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Exide Industries Limited vs. Exide Corporation, U.S.A. & Ors.

The case Exide India v Exide US brings into effect the perplexing issue of Trade Mark law. The dispute dates back to 1997 when the US based Company ‘Exide Technologies’ entered the Indian market post Liberalisation, where Indian company ‘Exide Industries’ was already present over the decades in the local market selling automobile batteries under the trademark “EXIDE”. 1,618 more words

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