Delhi High Court restrains software firm from using JAVA trademark after Oracle America files for infringement

High Court rejected the argument that JAVA is the name of a programming language and is ineligible for trademark protection.

The Delhi High Court recently restrained a software company from using ‘JAVA’ trademark in their domain name or for the services they are offering after US based tech giant Oracle filed a suit for trademark infringement [Oracle America Inc v Sonoo Jaiswal and Ors].

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