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Commercial Court, Bengaluru Confirms Ex-Parte Temporary Injunction Against ACC Steel - (18 Jan 2022)

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

Commercial Court, Bengaluru has confirmed the ex-parte temporary injunction issued in 2020 restraining ACC Steel Pvt. Ltd., from using the marks ACC, ACC TMT 500 or any other mark/logo/name, similar and/or deceptively similar to the marks of ACC Limited.

Tags : COMMERCIAL COURT   BENGALURU   TEMPORARY INJUNCTION AGAINST ACC STEEL  

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