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Delhi High Court: Cannot Compromise Individual’s Right to Use His or Her Name for Own Goods - (11 Mar 2024)

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

Delhi High Court has held that an individual’s right to use his/her name for their own goods cannot be compromised as it would result in infringement of right to use their name as an identity marker and would be unconstitutional.

Tags : DELHI HIGH COURT   IDENTITY MARKER   UNCONSTITUTIONAL  

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