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Trade mark Infringement: In light of the Nippon Steel Case

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Trade mark Infringement: In light of the Nippon Steel Case

Written by: Bhagyalaxmi Basotia  The main purpose of Trade Mark on any product is to make the consumers aware of the origin of the product. It distinguishes the product of an individual from that of another. Trademark infringement occurs when an individual or a company uses a particular mark on its own product when such […]

Today’s Trademark- ZTE

Founded in 1985 as  Zhongxing Semiconductor Co., Ltd, ZTE is one of the most famous name in the  telecommunications and information technology.   Headquartered in  Shenzhen, Guangdong, China today the company has become one of the leading name in telecommunication and information industry. Apart from Telecommunication industry, the company has been actively engaged in Carrier Networks […]

Today’s Trademark- Deutche Telekom

Deutche Telekom is one of the world’s leading German telecommunication company, with leading business in the operation and sale of networks and connections. Headquartered in Bonn, Germany the company is present in more than 50 countries and 216,000 employees. Started in the year 1995 the company generated 75.7 billion euros in 2018 financial year. Originally […]

Today’s Trademark- Electrolux

In the world of home appliances “Electrolux” is one of the well-known name. The company is the merger of two companies I.e. Lux AB which is a famous manufacturer and Svenska Elektron AB which was founded by a former vacuum salesman who had also been an employee of the Lux AB.   Initially the company […]

Today’s Trademark- Kellogg’s

Whenever we think about cornflakes or for that matter any morning breakfast cereal one name comes to our mind instantaneously I.e. Kellogg’s. The company started when the founder W.K. Kellogg and his brother and his brother, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg failed in making Granola and  accidentally flaked wheat berry. They kept experimenting until they were […]

Trademark of the Month- Apple

We all are well acquainted with the half eaten apple logo. This logo belongs to one of the well known name in the consumer electronics, personal computer, server etc. The company was the outcome of the hard work of two steves namely Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. They wanted to make user friendly computers. With […]

Today’s Trademark- Dunhill

At the age of 21 one 21 year old young man inherited his father’s saddlery business. Seeing the need of automobile he thought of coming up with car accessories such as car horns and lamps, leather overcoats, goggles, picnic sets and timepieces. After that there was no looking back the company soon became one of […]

Today’s Trademark- Aveeno

When it comes to skin care products “Aveeno” is a renowned name. Owned by one of world’s leading company Johnson and Johnson, the company has reached new levels of success. Founded in the year 1945 by brothers Albert and Sydney Musher, the company launched their first product Soothing bath Treatment. After that there was no […]

Trademark of the week- Yahoo!

The history heads back to 1994, when two graduate students of Stanford University, named Jerry Yang and Davis Filo introduced a website named ‘Jerry and David’s guide to the World Wide Web’. The website was renamed as ‘Yahoo’ within a few months after the launch of the site. Before Google or Facebook, Yahoo was the […]

Today’s Trademark- Tim Horton

Tim Horton, a National hockey legend, opened a restaurant that is famous for coffee, doughnuts in Hamilton, Ontario in 1964. After nearly 3 years, Tim Horton and Ron Joyce became partners and started working on the expansion of the business. In the subsequent years, as the business started to expand and accumulate goodwill, little did […]