"The similarity in the name is obvious", Madras High Court restrains Patanjali from using Trademark "CORONIL" until July 30 [Read Order]

Chennai-based Arudra Engineering Private Limited had moved a plea asserting that they had registered the trademark for 'CORONIL-92 B' as an Acid inhibitor product as early as June 1993.
"The similarity in the name is obvious", Madras High Court restrains Patanjali from using Trademark "CORONIL" until July 30 [Read Order]
Baba Ramdev launching CoronilTwitter

The Madras High Court on Friday passed an interim injunction order restraining the use of the mark "Coronil" in relation to the controversial drug promoted by Baba Ramdev's Patanjali Ayurved as an immunity-booster for COVID-19 management (M/s.Arudra Engineering Private Limited v. M/s.Pathanjali Ayurved Limited).

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