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JURISDICTION IN E-COMMERCE IP DISPUTES

 
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The Division of Delhi High Court in the case of WWE Inc. v. M/s Reshma Collection (2014(60) PTC 452(Del)) determined the issue relating to jurisdiction in cases of E-commerce IP disputes. The Court in the case held that in E-commerce cases involving trademark and copyright cases the determination of jurisdiction would be the buyer’s place of residence.

 

From the aforesaid, it is evident that E-commerce sector which at present is at its nascent stage in India is confronting numerous legal complications and facing challenges from traditional brick and mortar concept of buying and selling. Hence, the cases and decisions being rendered by Judiciary and Quasi- Judicial authorities is enabling the streamlining of law relating to E- commerce dealings and transactions in India.

 

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