DELHIVERY phonetically generic; cannot seek benefit of statutory rights: Delhi High Court forms prima facie opinion

Delhi High Court was dealing with hearing a trademark infringement suit by Delhivery against Deliver-E.

The Delhi High Court has formed a prima facie opinion that the mark ‘DELHIVERY’ was a phonetically generic word and thus cannot be registered so as to seek the benefit of statutory rights. (Delhivery Pvt Ltd vs Treasure Vase Ventures Pvt Ltd)

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