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Pfizer Wins Vigoura Battle

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In a significant legal victory, the Delhi High Court has handed down a permanent injunction against Renovision Exports Pvt. Ltd., prohibiting the use of the trademark “Vigoura” due to its infringement upon Pfizer’s renowned “Viagra.” Background Pfizer, a pharmaceutical giant,…

Trademark Must be Unique and Ethical

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Trademarks must be both distinctive and morally sound to uphold ethical standards. they represent values and legality. The recent ruling by the EU General Court denying the registration of the name “Pablo Escobar” as a European Union trademark raises complex…

Empowering Consumers: Avoid Online Scams

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Introduction: The digital revolution has brought online shopping to every nook and corner of India, from bustling cities to remote villages. Its surge in popularity can be attributed to its unparalleled convenience – enabling consumers to shop 24/7 from the…

School Ordered to Refund Admission Fee

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The State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission in Chandigarh upheld decision to refund provisional admission fees ruling in favor of Sandeep Kaur against St. Anne’s Convent School. The dispute centered on the refundability of fees paid for provisional admission to Class…

Consumer Grievances: A Call for Action

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Introduction In India, consumer rights have long been a topic of concern, especially regarding the replacement and compensation for defective products. Recent surveys shed light on the challenges faced by consumers and the urgent need for streamlined mechanisms to address…