A defendant having applied for a similar mark cannot claim the plaintiff’s mark as ‘generic’

CASE LIST

A defendant who himself has applied for a similar mark cannot claim the plaintiff’s mark as ‘generic’.
  •  Automatic Electric Limited Vs. R.K. Dhawan & Anr.; 1999 PTC (19) 81
  •  Carlsberg India Ltd. Vs. Radico Khaitan Ltd.; 2012 (49) PTC 54 (Del.) (DB)
  •  Pidilite Industries Ltd. v. Jubilant Agri & Consumer Products Ltd.; 2014 (57) PTC 617 (Bom)
  •  Ultra Tech Cement Limited v. Alaknanda Cement Pvt. Ltd. and Anr.; 2011 (5) Bom CR 588

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