Delhi High Court steps into India trade mark row
The Delhi High Court has come to the rescue of trade mark applicants, who are aggrieved that the Indian Trade Marks Registry has abandoned nearly 200,000 pending applications
India's Trade Mark OfficeThe Registry had issued abandonment orders affecting 193,908 applications, in cases where it said there had been no response to reports containing office objections within 30 days. Over 52,000 trade marks were disposed of on March 31...
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