Vol. 4, Issue 2 (2018)
Trademark dilution: Infringing efforts to mint profits
Author(s): Amra, Aashima Jain
Abstract: The researchers have made an empirical study of the concept of infringement of trademark. They have also made a mention of the origin of this concept, which dates back to 1925, when it was first established by a German court. They have also paid due attention towards the different forms of dilution of trademarks in India. The researchers have also written about what are the laws that govern infringement of trademark in India. The study does not end here, they have even tried to provide a substantial relief or remedy for such dilution. The best the best part is that the researchers did not confine this study to the ‘Trademark dilution in India’ but have even taken the global perspective into consideration. They have further made a comparative analysis so as to compare the laws of India with those of the other countries relating to Trademark. Coming to an end, the researchers have tried to make an in-depth study on the topic with the help of previous judgments of the concerned honorable courts in the matter. The researchers have concluded the paper with the notion that some marks so well known that they deserve protection beyond any doubts.