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Best Trademark Registration Lawyer in Delhi



A brand is much more than just a logo or a name – it represents the entire identity and reputation of a company, product, or service in the eyes of consumers. A strong brand can influence consumer behaviour, build trust, and differentiate a business from its competitors.

In essence, a brand is the culmination of the emotional connections, perceptions, and experiences customers have with a company. Businesses need to consistently deliver on their brand promise to nurture these connections and protect their brand’s integrity.

Trademarks are a legal tool that aids in this process by ensuring that the unique elements that define a brand are safeguarded from unauthorized use.

At Dua’s & Dua’s, being the Best Trademark Registration Lawyer in Delhi, We provide comprehensive services to help Clients manage their brand assets effectively. Firm’s offerings cover various crucial aspects of brand management, protection, and expansion.

Brand Strategy Consultation: Advising Clients on adopting the right brand strategy is a critical step in establishing a strong brand identity. This involves understanding the Client’s business goals, target audience, and competitive landscape to create a brand strategy that aligns with their vision.

Trademark Registration: Helping Clients secure trademark registrations ensures that their brand elements, such as names, logos, and slogans, are legally protected. This prevents others from using similar elements that could confuse consumers or dilute the brand’s value.

Licensing and Franchising Support: Assisting Clients in matters related to licensing and franchising allows them to extend their brand presence and revenue streams. Licensing agreements grant others the right to use the brand’s intellectual property in exchange for royalties or fees. Franchising involves a similar concept but includes a more comprehensive business model.

Co-Existence Agreements: Negotiating co-existence agreements is important when two parties have similar trademarks but want to avoid legal conflicts. These agreements outline how both parties can use their respective marks without infringing on each other’s rights.

Due Diligence for Mergers and Asset Purchases: Conducting due diligence in trademark matters during mergers, acquisitions, or asset purchases is crucial to understanding the intellectual property landscape of the entities involved. This helps avoid potential legal issues and ensures a smooth transition of brand rights.

Our firm’s approach is well-rounded and geared towards ensuring that Clients’ brand assets are not only protected but also leveraged for growth opportunities. By offering services ranging from initial brand strategy to legal protection and expansion, We are positioning Ourselves as a valuable partner for businesses looking to establish and manage a strong brand presence. This holistic approach can be very appealing to Clients who want comprehensive support for their brand-related endeavors.

Delhi High Court refused to grant an interim injunction to ‘Lotus’ against Deepika Padukone’s self-care brand, ‘Lotus Splash’.

The Delhi High Court has declined to grant an interim injunction to Lotus Herbals in its trademark infringement suit against Deepika Padukone’s self-care brand, 82E’s Lotus Splash gentle face cleanser. Justice C Hari Shankar noted that the products exhibit significant differences in appearance and pricing, and that there was no clear case of passing off. He emphasized that the only shared element between the two marks is the word “lotus.”

The court stated that consumers of these products would recognize the distinction between Lotus Splash and the plaintiff’s Lotus family of products. Therefore, the defendants are not attempting to pass off their product as the plaintiff’s. The court also noted that Lotus Splash describes the goods it represents, so its use cannot be seen as infringing.

The court observed that in the defendants’ product packaging, the mark “82°E” appears at the lower edge of each bottle. While this may not conclusively settle the dispute, the positioning of this mark could be significant when the bottles are displayed together in a store or a beauty salon. This arrangement could lead consumers to easily identify the common “82°E” brand name at the bottom of each bottle. Additionally, the court noted that the name on the front of each bottle describes the ingredients of the product, further distinguishing it from the plaintiff’s products.

Lotus sought a permanent injunction to stop Dpka Universal Consumer Ventures Private Limited from using “Lotus” in their product’s mark. The court dismissed Lotus’ request for an interim injunction, stating that an average consumer, upon seeing both “Lotus Herbal” and “Lotus Splash” products, would not likely associate the two, given that “Lotus” is the prominent feature in both names.   

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