27 May 2022

The feature Newsletter covers Burger King's law suit in Delhi High Court against parties who were infringing the BK trademarks and selling fake franchise licenses. The piece has been co-authored by Misum Hossain (LLC Founder) & Fatima Khanom (UK & EU Regional Head, LLC).

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14 April 2022

Article on Red Bull vs. Pepsi’s energy drinks tagline battle in Delhi High Court featured in the April Newsletter of the widely circulated The Trademark Lawyer Magazine. The piece has been co-authored by Misum Hossain (LLC Founder) & Reshmi Hossain (IP & Commercial Law Specialist, LLC).

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23 May 2022

Cryptocurrency is growing in India but there looms an imminent danger in the promise of stellar returns in a "not so" regulated sphere. Starting from RBI’s 2018 Circular for total banning to Supreme Court’s 2020 ruling quashing the Circular, to the government’s recent crypto tax, to ASCI’s February 2022 advertising guidelines and to even the recent proposal from SEBI for ban on celebrity endorsements of crypto, the cryptocurrency climate has been constantly evolving.

4 May 2022

Levi Strauss & Co. have recently won a trademark case before the Delhi High Court in relation to their arcuate /back pocket stitching design mark on jeans. The Court pemanently injuncted the Defendants from manufacturing or selling jeans with identical or deceptively similar designs.

26 Apr 2022

UK based international magazine "The Trademark Lawyer" is celebrating World IP Day on April 26 with a special newsletter with comments from their Editorial Board and IP experts around the world. LLC is happy to announce that the newsletter features comments from Founder Mr. Misum Hossain reflecting on the intellectual property events of the past year. We wish everyone a happy World IP Day as we create awareness about IP with the philosophy - Create | Protect | Foster

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25 Apr 2022

Luxury shoe brand Louboutin has faced defeat in a trademark infringement case in Japan after the Court ruled that its iconic red soled heels had not acquired secondary meaning or distinctiveness as a source indicator despite 20+ years presence in the market, sales revenue and advertising