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E-COMMERCE AND IP RELATED ISSUES

 
COMPETITION LAW
LAW RELATING TO START UPS
FOOD LAWS
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The E-commerce is a vulnerable platform as it can be accessed by anyone from anywhere in the world. Hence, the protection of Intellectual Property rights on the internet has become an alarming issue. Particularly selling of counterfeit products and misuse of trademark rights. Recently, Delhi High Court in the case of Jasper Infotech Private Limited v. Deepak Anand & Ors., dealt with the issue relating to counterfeit goods allegedly being sold by an E-commerce company namely Snapdeal. In this case, kitchen appliances maker KAFF had issued a caution notice accusing Snapdeal.com of selling counterfeit goods and undercutting prices. By way of caution notice, KAFF cautioned its customers not to purchase any product from E-commerce companies like Snapdeal and Naaptol as they were not authorized dealers and the company did not extend any warranty on products and any purchase so made shall be at the risk and cost of the concerns and persons. However, the Court through an interim order had put a stay on the caution notice.

 

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