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Monthly Archives: June 2022

The Supreme Court’s Unsettling Attempt at Settling the Debate on Section 63 of the Copyright Act

M/s Knit Pro International vs The State of NCT of Delhi & Anr. Held that offences under Section 63 of the Copyright Act, 1957 The Judgment The Supreme Court was managing a situation where “Knit Pro” enrolled an FIR against Anurag Sanghi (Respondent No. 2), for offenses under Sections 51, 63, and 64 of the Copyright Act, read with Section 420 of IPC, 1860. An application under Section 482 of the CrPC was documented to suppress the said FIR, and the criminal

Big blow to Amazon, fined 200 crores in Future Group case, 45 days ultimatum

The NCLAT issued its order on Monday in the Amazon-Future deal. The NCLAT has asked the American e-commerce company to deposit a fine of Rs 200 crore within 45 days in this case. The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal on Monday gave a major blow to the American e-commerce company Amazon. The Tribunal (NCLAT) issued its order regarding the Amazon-Future deal. The NCLAT has asked the American e-commerce company to deposit a fine of Rs 200 crore within 45 days in

Google honours Angelo Moriondo, the godfather of espresso machines, on his 171st birthday.

On the 171st birthday of Angelo Moriondo, the godfather of espresso machines, Google created a unique doodle on Monday (June 6, 2022). Moriondo, who was born in Turin, Italy, on June 6, 1851, was the inventor of the first known espresso machine. Moriondo was born into an entrepreneurial family; his grandfather founded a liquor manufacturing company, and his father founded the well-known chocolate company “Moriondo & Gariglio.” Moriondo purchased two places, the Grand-Hotel Ligure in the city centre Piazza Carlo Felice and

In FY22, Tata Motors filed a total of 125 patents relating to powertrain innovations, which is a new high for the company.

Tata Motors announced on Friday that it filed a record 125 patents in the last fiscal year related to powertrain innovations. According to the corporation, the number of patents submitted in the previous fiscal year was the greatest in the company’s history. Tata Motors stated in a statement that the patents filed to cover a wide range of inventions and advances in traditional and new energy powertrain technologies, safety, connected vehicle technologies, body in white (BIW) and trims, and other vehicle

Karim’s Food is saved by the HC, but Kareem’s is barred from starting restaurants.

In a trademark infringement case involving Mumbai-based businessman Kareem Dhanani, the Delhi High Court sided with famed Mughlai cuisine outlet ‘Karim’s’ and barred him from expanding his restaurant chain further, citing the name’s similarity to a well-known brand. Further, Justice Prathibha M. Singh’s single-judge court directed Kareem to refrain from displaying any connection to the Karims at Jama Masjid in any restaurant now operating under his license. The trademark “KARIM’S” was registered in 1913, and it was derived from the name of